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How to pass parameters from PowerBuilder Application to a webpage.

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PlZ let me know how I can be able to send parameters from PowerBuilder application to a webpage.

I need to send certain predefined parameters in XML format to a webpage owned by another application so it opens up the webpage with all the required data for that transaction already populated on the webpage.

This should happen when our users complete the actions they need to take on that case and click on close case button which should generate this XML string and pass it as parameters to the webpage and open the page.




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by:vasunani
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plz help
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by:Bhatti
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Hi,

You PB application must be a WebApplication. Please refer to help book for Webapplication in PowerBuilder. I am sure you will get the solution.


Best regards

Bhatti
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by:vasunani
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Bhatti,

My PB application is not a Webapplication,  all want to do is open a webpage by clicking a button from the PB application I also want to pass some arguments like loginID and Password and open the webpage with user specific information displayed.
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Hi,

There is an object in powerbuilder. (Inet object) please look in help detail of this object as well as properties and functions.

staticHyperlink control will help you the to open webpage via URL. Please look a litle view on the StatiHyperlink control.

There yre some function will help to your destination. as HyperLinkToURL(), GetContextService() PostURL() etc.

I am sure these all functions will help you what you realy looking. I don't know about your application and This is Guide line which I can provide you.

Please let me know your progress, we can discuss more on this topic.

Best regards

Bhatti
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