In the certificate system specified for creation of query with an in-out parameter
Queries of parameters
To create a query with in-out parameters, it is necessary to place a variable in square brackets (=[x]). In addition, it is possible to use equal sign and colon (=:x). At implementation of query the program opens a dialog box for the input of expression that the variable of x will be appropriated.
At the simultaneous query of a few parameters in a dialog box the list of all parameters will appear with the line of input next to each of them. Enter values desirably in direction from top to bottom, pressing the key INPUT after every line.
however the executed pointing will be executed error diagnostics is not present although
with kind regards tym
Operating System: Windows 7
Version: 188.8.131.52 release
Could be I haven't understand it the right way.
Have created a query with two parameters.
Executed the query and were asked for the fist parameter.
Input the first parameter and type "Enter".
Asked for the second parameter.
Input the second parameter and type "Enter".
Query is executed well.
If there is an error in the query (wrong type of parameter) it will be shown with a dialog (wrong data-type).
My system: OpenSUSE 12.3 64bit rpm Linux, LO 184.108.40.206
I don't know what the title of this bug should express.
*** Bug 83815 has been marked as a duplicate of this bug. ***
@tym : soory, we don't understand exactly what it is you are trying to do, or how to reproduce your problem.
Please provide a sample database document that exhibits the problem, or else detailed instructions in step by step form as to how we can reproduce the behaviour you're experiencing
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