[EXTERNAL]Item $refs stored or to character?
Brian A O'Sullivan
brian.a.o-sullivan at axalta.com
Mon Sep 13 13:18:44 UTC 2021
I haven't tried this, but would not expect a stored-and-later-retrieved item reference to be valid. I would advise storing the text notation path for the reference, and then after retrieving use the "Set reference" command to bind the reference from the saved notation string, something like:
Set reference myRef to [savedNotationString]
You should be able to capture the notation path from "Calculate savedNotationString as myRef.$fullname"
Hope this helps,
Brian A. O'Sullivan
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Subject: [EXTERNAL]Item $refs stored or to character?
Can $ref’s be stored in a list in a SQL database, retrieved and they will work?
Or, can you change them to character value of ref? I thought I had done that before but can’t figure it out again.
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