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Web application path via GetUserOption

SOLVED
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Web application path via GetUserOption

Hi,

is it possible to retrieve the web application path via the GetUserOption function in VBScript?

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Where could I find an overview of what I can call via the GetUserOption?

 

Thank you,

 

Sven

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MEGA

Re: Web application path via GetUserOption

Hello Sven

 

Option values can be accessed using API script.

Several objects are available at environment and user level:

  • MegaFunctionality: options.
  • MegaFunctionalityParameter: option values 

For more details see javadoc web site

 

 

Jerome
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Re: Web application path via GetUserOption

I know I can access option values via the API. That is what I want to do.

I just don't know how exactly I can call the "Web application path" value. What are the sectionName and keyName?

 

mgobjRoot.CurrentEnvironment.GetUserOption("???","???")

 

I found the function in the JavaDoc, but nothing on the availabe sectionNames and keyNames. 

 

Thank you,

Sven

Contributor

Re: Web application path via GetUserOption

The solution is:

 

getRoot.CurrentEnvironment.getuserOption("HOPEX","WebApplicationPath")

Re: Web application path via GetUserOption

  Hello

   I am looking for the "Activate variations" Section name and Keyname. See attached "GetUserOptions AV.png"

 

Thanks!

 

 

Re: Web application path via GetUserOption

Nevermind. To find the the "Section name" and "keyName":

1) I cleared out my MegaENV.ini

2) Set the "Activate variations"

3) found the value populated under "[Filter]" :  "F835F9094D0536F2=1"

 

So for this particular value, the software assumes a default of Null or "0" - not sure which. Then, an entry ("F835F9094D0536F2=1") is made in the MegaENV.ini if the value is selected (checked). Also, the entry in the MegaENV.ini will remain and changed to "F835F9094D0536F2=0", if the option is reverted.