Is it possible to have a data retrieval rule in which the where clause should process a condition with a multi-value field
For example, I have a field for departments and the values are Analyst, Developers, Testers, Admins
Is it possible for me to pass an indirect arguement such as departments to get the details for developers?
SELECT * FROM tblDivisions where department = #dictionaryname.fieldname#
SELECT * FROM tblDivisions where department = 'Developers'
Also, I am displaying the result of a data retrieval rule as checkboxes and they are available vertically even if I changed it as Horizontal in the display properties of the form. Is there any way to have the resultant checkboxes horizontally?
Looking at the queries you provided, it seems to me you want to pass an argument to a Data Retrieval Rule using a dictionary field. That is part of the product feature.
I am not sure where the "multi-value" field comes in. You can pass any value via the dictionary field to be used by your DDR, and the example you gave only requires passing in a single value in the dictionary field. Does this address your question?
Thanks for your reply. Yes, as you mentioned, we can only pass a dictionary field in the where clause.
My doubt is - what if the dictionary field contains multiple values?
My requirement is: When loading the form, I need to pull a list of values such as the company names (Adobe, MicroSoft, IBM, Cisco) from the backend table [this is done].
The products associated to these companies are also available on the backend table. They have to be fetched and displayed in the subsequent fields. So, i need to pass the list of companies one by one which I got via the data retrieval rule to subsequent data retrieval rules for the associated fields to display the product names.
This is the logic I thought about. So, I need to pass the arguements dynamically. Is it possible to achieve? Is there any other alternate simple ways to achieve this?
This document explains the logic to develop Tidal Enterprise
Orchestrator workflow to automate the process of creating vCenter
Resource Pool* vSphere Power CLI must be installed either on the TEO
server or vCenter* vMA can also be used to achieve the same...
IntorductionCisco Process Orcehstrator (CPO) ships with the webservices
adapter that can be used to make Web Service API call to REST or SOAP
based applications. Before a sample workflow to make SOAP API calls
using CPO, lets understand some of the fundam...