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B1UP - Transferback() from SQL-Report

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  • Official comment
    Rasmus Jensen

    The TransferBack command will unfortunately not work in the scenario you describe as a TransferBack command requires to be part of a Macro that initiated the opening of the SQL Report. As I understand you, you have a SQL report open, and once an event happens you want to transfer data back, but in such a setup there is no concept of "back" and the screen does not keep track of what opened it in the first place... So the dedicated Select back system is the only one that will support it. 

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  • Mirko

    Hi Rasmus,
    I thought so! Hmm...
    But if I have an Makro with an UF(UF-001) call, where I open the SQL-Report, it´s the same right?
    So we use the dedicated select back in the SQL-Report itself.

    Thanks.

  • Rasmus Jensen

    >But if I have an Makro with an UF(UF-001) call, where I open the SQL-Report, it´s the same right?

    If you open the SQL Report via a macro and automate everything fully TransferBack is technically possible to use, but you can't

    Macro-steps
    Some human steps
    The TransferBack

    aka no human interaction can be part of it.

  • Mirko

    Thank you Rasmus.

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