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Pass parameters Calculated fields

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Hello!

Read all info on passing parameters but couldn't find answer. Have a Submission Form with virtual fields from which I pass parameters to report DataPage (data source: view not table) with calculated fields and want then to pass parameters to new DataPage - Web Form where user can check his choice, make new data input and only than to save data to table. I am using following string:

"?Operator_carrier=[@field:tbl_export_import_land_Operator_carrier]&Origin_country=[@field:Origin_country]&Destination_country=[@field:Destination_country]&Departure_port=[@field:Departure_Port]&Destination_port=[@field:Destination_Port]&Weight=[@Weight]&Price=[@field:Price]&LCL_voy_noID=[@field:LCL_voy_noID]">Book</a>"

Can pass other parameters but not values from Calculated Fields. There is no possibility. Is there are way to pass Calculated Fields values to a new DataPage, Web Form Submission?

I've tried to do without passing - to just use formula in new Calculated Field in a new Web Form but somehow it doesn't work with formulas based on View as Data source but it is working with formulas based on Table data Source. Unfortunately I need to use View as data source due to formulas and conditions.

Perhaps any idea or solution?

Thank you very much!

Bostjan

 

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Correct. It works, perfectly!! and pass value immediately!!

Didn't know that Calculated Filed value can be passed by the number of the filed. Thank you so much!!

In mean time I got help and found a improvising solution to pass Text value parameter like '[@Parameter]' and calculate same formula and conditions as in previous DataPage but your solution :-)  as I do not need to calculate in destination DataPage, I can simply pass!!

Thank you again!!!

Really appreciate your help!!

 

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