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Hello everybody, I have created a DialogField lookup in RunBaseBatch:
sysTableLookup.addLookupField(fieldNum(AssociateDetails, AssociatedId), false); sysTableLookup.addLookupField(fieldNum(AssociateDetails, AssociateStatus), false); sysTableLookup.addLookupField(fieldNum(AssociateDetails, AssociateCategory), false); sysTableLookup.addSelectionField(fieldNum(AssociateDetails, RecId));
I need to get the RecId when lookup will be selected. How can I get this SelectedField?
You need to add sysTableLookup.addLookupField(fieldNum(AssociateDetails, RecId), true);.
Ok, but how can I get this value in Modified method? I'm using "AssociatedId" to filter, after that, I need RecId, but I have tried using valueStr, but I get only "AssociatedId".
Lookup always returns a value from one column. If you need to get RecId by AssociatedId, you need to get this data from DB.
So if you have AssociatedId in modified method, but you need RecId for the related record - you should use find method on AssociateDetails (you need to create it if it's a custom table and there are a lot of examples) or use select statements "select RecId from AssociateDetails where AssociateDetails .AssociatedId == AssociatedId:
Ok, I understood! However, I have several AssociatedId repeated in my search. That's why I search for AssociatedId and I want to get the RecI.
That suggestion worked! tks a lot!
Hi Danilo Prado,
To which AX/D365FO version is your question related?
Would be great if you could clarify.
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