Product Configurator Onleave

We are using Product Configuration in Vantage 6.1 and need to run a
calculation in f progress code that takes on screen values, multiplies
it by table values, then returns the calculation to screen or to a
field. We have written and used progress code in vbforms using the vb.i
functions with success, but are finding it hard to structure the code
correctly in the configurator.



Does anybody have any product configuration script examples, so we can
get an idea of how to structure and write them



I take it you would use input and output parameters?



Thanks



Gary



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We are using Product Configuration in Vantage 6.1 and need to run a
calculation in f progress code that takes on screen values, multiplies
it by table values, then returns the calculation to screen or to a
field. We have written and used progress code in vbforms using the vb.i
functions with success, but are finding it hard to structure the code
correctly in the configurator.



Does anybody have any product configuration script examples, so we can
get an idea of how to structure and write them



I take it you would use input and output parameters?



Thanks



Gary



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