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DI Event Service Transaction Notification objType

AdKerremans
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Ls,

I just downloaded the DI Event Service for SBO 2005 SP1.

In the documentation about the SBO_SP_TransactioNotification on page 15 @object is declared as nvarchar(20) and in the text file delivered with the program @object is declares as int.

When I change the transactionNotifiication to nvarchar(20) it doesnt work anymore.

nvarchar(20) is the correct declaration of @object.

Is there an updated version or should I download the source code an change it myself.

Best Regards,

Ad Kerremans

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Trinidad
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Hi Ad,

I already noticed the problem on the DIEventService document, next version will fix the document.

@object must be declared as int

The problem is in the word document, the txt file with the code to copy inside the SBO_SP_TransactionNotification is correct.

The @object_type is another variable and this one is declared by default in the SBO_SP_TransactionNotification as nvarchar(20). You can see in the DIEventService txt file that we use both @object and @object_type.

Please let me know if I'm wrong

Regards

Trinidad.

AdKerremans
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Hi Trinidad,

I switched @object and @object_type and got confused by document, you are correct

Regards

Ad