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How to access multiple columns in WEB HTTP/HTML script

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How to access multiple columns in WEB HTTP/HTML script

I am having trouble accessing other columns in the parameter file when scripting the WEB HTTP/HTML script.

I can access the 1st column using {parameterFileName} but i cannot access column using {columnName}.

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Re: How to access multiple columns in WEB HTTP/HTML script

You need to define for each column a separate parameter.LR-Linked-Parameter.pngSecond parameter linked to Param1

 

 

 

Create a second parameter and do:

1: link to the same data file as Param1

2: The column/header that you like to use for Param2

3: Couple the Parameter to the right column of the data file

4: Specify that the next Row selection follows the definition of Param1 (This is optional, you can let Param2 behave differenty from Param1.

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Re: How to access multiple columns in WEB HTTP/HTML script

You need to define for each column a separate parameter.LR-Linked-Parameter.pngSecond parameter linked to Param1

 

 

 

Create a second parameter and do:

1: link to the same data file as Param1

2: The column/header that you like to use for Param2

3: Couple the Parameter to the right column of the data file

4: Specify that the next Row selection follows the definition of Param1 (This is optional, you can let Param2 behave differenty from Param1.

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