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Job Component

     SetParameterValue method

 

SetParameterValue(pName As String, pValue As String)

     Returns:  None

 

The SetParameterValue method allows you to set, or add, the value of a parameter that will be passed to your job upon execution.  If the parameter name already exists, it will update the value.  If the parameter does not exist it will add it.

Example:

[Visual Basic .NET]

 

Public Sub RunMyJob()

 

        Dim js As ExportBudget.CRJobStatus

 

        Dim myExportBudgetJob As ExportBudget

 

 

 

        myExportBudgetJob = New ExportBudget()

 

        myExportBudgetJob.JobPaths.JobStatusFileName = "ExportJobStatus.xml"

 

 

        myExportBudgetJob.SetParameterValue("CUSTOMERID", "100453")

 

 

 

        myExportBudgetJob.RunJob()

 

 

 

        js = myExportBudgetJob.GetJobStatus()

 

 

 

        If Not (js Is Nothing) Then

 

            MsgBox("Job is done, Status: " + js.JobStatus.ToString)

 

        Else

 

            MsgBox("Job is done")

 

        End If

 

 

 

 

 

End Sub

 

 

[C#]

 

private void RunMyJob()

 

{

 

            ExportBudget.CRJobStatus js;

 

            ExportBudget myExportBudgetJob;

 

 

 

            myExportBudgetJob = new ExportBudget();

 

            myExportBudgetJob.JobPaths.JobStatusFileName = "ExportJobStatus.xml";

 

 

            myExportBudgetJob.SetParameterValue("CUSTOMERID", "100453");

 

 

 

            myExportBudgetJob.RunJob();

 

 

 

            js = myExportBudgetJob.GetJobStatus();

 

 

 

            if (js != null)

 

            {

 

                  MessageBox.Show("Job is done, Status: " + js.JobStatus.ToString());

 

            }

 

            else

 

            {

 

                  MessageBox.Show("Job is done");

 

            }

 

 

 

 

 

}

 

 

 


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