How to loop through input file

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Post by llovelace » Fri Jun 10, 2016 8:20 am
Hiya - I'm using a database task to select all records in a file. Each record contains two fields. I'd like to read one record at a time, and use the two fields in later steps. How do I control the reading and know when I'm at the end of file?



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Post by Support_Rick » Wed Jun 15, 2016 5:24 pm

When you retrieve data from a database, you are creating a "rowset" variable as output. (Example MyData)

You can use a "ForEach" loop (Across ${MyData}) to loop through that rowset and address each record (MyRec for example).

During that looping, you can address each field of that record by it's index value -- ${MyRec[1]} ... ${MyRec[2]} -- to associate with the 1st field, 2nd field, etc...

The loop will automatically end at the end of the Rowset (${MyData}).

You could also save the values into local variables for use later if needed. (setvariable MyVar = ${MyRec[1]}.

Hope this helps!
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