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Thread: Display a recources label of the variable

  1. #1

    Default Display a recources label of the variable

    Hello,

    I found that the name or the identification of a variable linked to the combi-element can display with a specific syntax.
    http://www.copadata.com/forums/showt...t=VariableName

    I want to do the same and I want to display a recources label of the variable. What specific syntax I should use?

    Kind regards,

    Dario

  2. #2
    tobiassedlmeier Gast

    Default Re: Display a recources label of the variable

    Hello Dario,

    as I know it is only possible with the Name and the Identification. There is no other Syntax.

    Best regards
    Tobias

  3. #3

    Default Re: Display a recources label of the variable

    Maybe there is other solution to show a resources label of the variable?

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    Default Re: Display a recources label of the variable

    You can display the resources label via predifnied screen types AML, CEL, ...
    -> check out the column settings in the screen switch functions to those screen types

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