accessing parameters to add to diagrams

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  • #12607
    Dermot CraddenDermot Cradden
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    I am trying to add parameters of datasets and folders into diagrams and documents.

    I cannot find any reference to them in any dropdown boxes for “fields” to enter them into text boxes of diagrams to use as headers.

    I would like to identify information such as serial and part numbers in diagrams and have them update automatically as the activated folder changes and the diagram curves are updated.

    #8270
    Dermot CraddenDermot Cradden
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    I am trying to add parameters of datasets and folders into diagrams and documents.

    I cannot find any reference to them in any dropdown boxes for “fields” to enter them into text boxes of diagrams to use as headers.

    I would like to identify information such as serial and part numbers in diagrams and have them update automatically as the activated folder changes and the diagram curves are updated.

    #8976
    Bernhard KantzBernhard Kantz
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    Use the Parameters command to access a parameter.

    Example: The dataset ‘Dataset’ includes the Parameter ‘P’

    
    %{Dataset.Parameters("P")}
    

    Alternatively you can create a FPScript function the get the Parameter value:

    
    Dataset.Parameters("P")
    

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    #8977
    Dermot CraddenDermot Cradden
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    Thanks, it looks like i can get that to work for datasets in folders, but if the parameters are associated with the folder it fails.

    I would rather display parameters of the activated folder rather than a specific dataset located in the folder.

    changing the dataset name to a folder name doesn’t work.

    is there a different syntax for folder names?

    #8978
    Bernhard KantzBernhard Kantz
    Moderator

    Use the following command to access a parameter of the parent folder:

    
    %{ThisFPObject.ParentFolder.Parameters("P")}
    

    Alternatively you can use the object name to access an object. If the object to be found is not a formula, not a data set and not an analysis or data link object, you have to attach the extension corresponding to the object type to the object name.
    Example:

    
    \Folder.FLD.Parameters("P")
    

    See also
    FlexPro Help|FlexPro Objects

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