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    John Haytko
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    Default lookup on a WAS session variable

    I am trying to perform a lookup on a session variable and return that to a record added by a grid component. Is this possible? Should I be using a dialog instead? What criteria should I use to decide between the two?

    Hope this isn't too many questions in one post.

    Thanks

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    Alpha Software Employee Selwyn Rabins's Avatar
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    Default RE: lookup on a WAS session variable

    i don't really understand what you want to do.
    perhaps you could describe your need in more detail with a concrete example of what you are trying to get done.

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    John Haytko
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    Default RE: lookup on a WAS session variable

    I did poorly describe my need. The following is what I am trying to do.

    dim member_id as n

    member_id=lookup("members","user_name=\""+session.user_name+"\"","member_id")

    I was then trying to pass member_id through the grid component when a record is added. There does not seem to be a way to easily do this. I have met my need with a dialog component. Now I would just like to learn somthing.

    Thanks

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