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Parameters for us.unload.process.auto

Hi all, us.unload.process.auto is one the RAD applications in SM and there are three parameters for that as follows name ----------- unload script name text ------------- Language ID (do not have any idea about this please tell me value) prompt ----------- i am bit confused , is it form name from SM or file name (text/unl) for unloading? kindly suggest. regards, abhijit
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Dont know what is the requirement under which you are going to use RAD "us.unload.process.auto"  as the task you might be going to perform could be done using RAD "us.unload.process". As far as the parameters is concern here are the param what this RAD accepts:

 

name  -- Unload script record you have created in unload file (eg: device_unload)

 

prompt : Path of your unload file you are going to create on your system (eg: C:\Users\Mukesh\Desktop\test.unl)

 

 

 

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Lang ID will be used by this expression with the rad application =>

 

$L.unload.file=nullsub($L.unload.file, $L.lang.id+".unl")

 

So if the unload file variable is null (prompt) then the application will use the lang variable to created the file name where the application will unload the records e.g. english.unl

 

Prompt should contains the file name and path where the records are going to be unloaded to.

 

I agree with Mukesh, it's a better idea to use us.unload.process

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