Syntax for Expression Builder

Muhammad,I was not able to navigate to this document or download it by clicking on the url you supplied below, could you provide or list out the exact navigation to this document download.
Thx
RSN


----- Original Message ----
From: Muhammad Sarfaraz <advancegrindingvista@...>
To: vantage@yahoogroups.com
Sent: Monday, September 17, 2007 5:38:46 AM
Subject: Re: [Vantage] Syntax for Expression Builder

Hi,
Product Configurator Expression Builder uses Progress Code ( 4GL) .
Here is a link for Reference Book for Progress Help.
http://www.psdn com/library/ servlet/KbServle t/download/ 474-102-545/ dvhbk.pdf
It does have some advance stuff but mostly you need to refer 4GL Section under this reference guide, you will find alot of help.
or
even you can browse progress help too and refer to 4GL section.
Thanks


rapat_mark <mtellefson@rapat. com> wrote:
Happy Friday!

Does anyone have or know where I can find a decent list of available
commands and syntax for the Expression Builder? Specifically I am
working in the Product Configurator with both the rules and on-leave
commands. I purchased the Product Configurator self-paced course and
there is some information in there but it is hardly all-inclusive.
Thanks.

Muhammad Sarfaraz
IT Project Manager
(Vista 8.03.305i - Progress )
Advance Grinding Service, Inc.
Tel: (708) 442 7100 x 313

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Happy Friday!

Does anyone have or know where I can find a decent list of available
commands and syntax for the Expression Builder? Specifically I am
working in the Product Configurator with both the rules and on-leave
commands. I purchased the Product Configurator self-paced course and
there is some information in there but it is hardly all-inclusive.
Thanks.
Hi,
Product Configurator Expression Builder uses Progress Code ( 4GL) .
Here is a link for Reference Book for Progress Help.
http://www.psdn.com/library/servlet/KbServlet/download/474-102-545/dvhbk.pdf
It does have some advance stuff but mostly you need to refer 4GL Section under this reference guide, you will find alot of help.
or
even you can browse progress help too and refer to 4GL section.
Thanks


rapat_mark <mtellefson@...> wrote:
Happy Friday!

Does anyone have or know where I can find a decent list of available
commands and syntax for the Expression Builder? Specifically I am
working in the Product Configurator with both the rules and on-leave
commands. I purchased the Product Configurator self-paced course and
there is some information in there but it is hardly all-inclusive.
Thanks.






Muhammad Sarfaraz
IT Project Manager
(Vista 8.03.305i - Progress )
Advance Grinding Service, Inc.
Tel: (708) 442 7100 x 313


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Hey Mark, we are on ver 6.10, I've been developing in the
configurator for about 8 months now.
I'm not aware of any 'list' of expresssions, etc.
You can contact me with any specific inquiries , such as 'how to',
that type of thing. I may be able to help you, I've explored it pretty
well, and we can probably help each other.
(From what I understand, ver 8 configurator is more powerful)

Bill Jackson
bjackson@...
508-588-8099 x-279


--- In vantage@yahoogroups.com, "rapat_mark" <mtellefson@...> wrote:
>
> Happy Friday!
>
> Does anyone have or know where I can find a decent list of available
> commands and syntax for the Expression Builder? Specifically I am
> working in the Product Configurator with both the rules and on-leave
> commands. I purchased the Product Configurator self-paced course and
> there is some information in there but it is hardly all-inclusive.
> Thanks.
>