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How to Use the XPATH XML Parameter in NSQL Constructs

  • 1.  How to Use the XPATH XML Parameter in NSQL Constructs

    Broadcom Employee
    Posted 04-10-2015 04:25 PM

    A recent CA PPM flipboard magazine feature article explains a construct that can be used in the WHERE clause that allows the portlet to retrieve a name-value pair from the XML page URL where you placed your user-defined portlet. It is called an XPATH or XML parameter construct. This construct can only be used on a specific portlet instance type and not on the General portlet instance type.

    See How to Use the XPATH XML Parameter in NSQL Constructs | CA Clarity PPM Cookbook.

    -Damon Logiudice
    CA PPM Information Services



  • 2.  Re: How to Use the XPATH XML Parameter in NSQL Constructs

    Posted 04-12-2015 02:06 AM

    Thanks for sharing this, Damon

     

    NJ



  • 3.  Re: How to Use the XPATH XML Parameter in NSQL Constructs

    Former Employee
    Posted 04-13-2015 03:24 PM

    Thanks for sharing this with the community Damon!

    Damon Logiudice wrote:

     

    A recent CA PPM flipboard magazine feature article explains a construct that can be used in the WHERE clause that allows the portlet to retrieve a name-value pair from the XML page URL where you placed your user-defined portlet. It is called an XPATH or XML parameter construct. This construct can only be used on a specific portlet instance type and not on the General portlet instance type.

    See How to Use the XPATH XML Parameter in NSQL Constructs | CA Clarity PPM Cookbook.

    -Damon Logiudice
    CA PPM Information Services