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New Post 9/4/2008 12:19 PM
User is offline vinny
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assistance with expansion region 

There aren't many examples of expansion regions on the Web!  I have a set of table records (from table A) being input into an iterative expansion region.  Each record in the set of table records includes several fields that include values that are used to get records from another table (table B).  Values are then printed from table B, and then the next iteration begins.  I'll try to illustrate:

(expansion region input) all records from table A --> [ [(iteration input) record n from table A] Use values from fields a, b, and c to retrieve record from table B -> Print values from table B record ] --> (expansion region output) all printed values from table B records

Is this allowed?  The output type differs from the input type, which may not be allowed.  The number of output elements are the same, but I'm worried that I'm not using the expansion region properly.  I mean, I'm taking input from a set, processing each element, and then processing output.  Please let me know, because I'm having a difficult time finding examples like this?



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