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#1 Posted : Sunday, August 5, 2018 6:53:08 AM(UTC)

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Hi All,

I am new to this and need a help please....

My data is retrieved from running a stored procedure in Tables Pre Sql Script.... I am creating a temp table then calling a procedure with parameters to fill the table

Create Table #TmpTable .....etc

INSERT into #TmpTable
EXECUTE dbo.MySP '123', '1/1/2018', '1/1/2018'

As you noticed the stored procedure parameters are fixed. I need a way to prompt a user to enter the stored procedure parameters before it gets excuted, as the SP is manipulating huge data and need to be filtered rather that using Restrictions in the Model.

Thanks and appreciate your assistance
#2 Posted : Sunday, August 12, 2018 12:04:16 AM(UTC)

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Normally PreSQL script supports razor script if you start by @
You can check the samples 51 and 52 that show how to use a user input parameter in your script.

Once you have defined a restriction in your model, use the Report reference set in your table.Source,
your PreSQL Script may look like:

@using Seal.Model
@using Seal.Helpers
  MetaTable table = Model;
  string sql = "YOUR SQL";
  if (table.Source.Report != null)
	ReportRestriction restriction = table.Source.Report.Models[0].GetRestrictionByName("you restriction name");
	sql = string.Format("...", restriction.Date1);
  //string result = string.Format("aColumnName={0}", Helper.QuoteSingle(restriction));

Edited by user Sunday, August 12, 2018 12:05:14 AM(UTC)  | Reason: Not specified

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