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add data to field from webservices (CIT)

Using CIT-WEBServices (WSDL) i made adding to probsummary field incoming data.

How can i append new data in same field every time using WSDL ?

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Re: add data to field from webservices (CIT)

What I understood is that you are modifying some value received on a specific extaccess using the expressions and you want to have the same logic applied to all others interfaces... If they are not to many I'd just duplicate the lines.. I think it will be easier to understand/maintain what is happening later.. if you want something global, use master FC or Table RuleSet.
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Breno Abreu

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ALARMus Acclaimed Contributor.
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Re: add data to field from webservices (CIT)

What I really need is that when add new data to a field in SM through webservices, the data should be appended to that field.

For example:

in SM there is a field test - there is no data in it yet.

Through webservices passed there the value - "First value" - in SM in the test field is now stored value - "First value".

On the next update via web services, the new value will be transfered to the same field and this new value is  "Second value".

As a result, the SM in this field test should be now written -

"First value Second value"

or

"First value

Second value"

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