Keyword Parameters Example - PDFPop - Foundation 23.1 - Foundation 23.1 - Ready - OnBase - Essential - Premier - Standard - external - Standard - Essential - Premier

PDFPop

Platform
OnBase
Product
PDFPop
Release
Foundation 23.1
License
Standard
Essential
Premier

Suppose you are searching within a range of account numbers, and you want to limit your search to account numbers from 1500 to 2000. On the URL Creator page, you could enter these values in the Keyword Type fields, as shown below.

In the query string on the URL, these parameters are formatted as shown below:

KT51_0_4_2=1500&KT51_1_3_0=2000
        

Notice that each numeral represents a variable as described in the table above:

  • The Keyword Type number for Account # is 51. You can determine the number of any Keyword Type using the OnBase Configuration module.

  • The first Keyword value has an instance number of 0. The second Keyword value has an instance number of 1.

  • Because you are searching for values from 1500 to 2000, the comparative operator on the first Keyword value is >=, which is represented by the number 4. The comparative operator on the second Keyword value is <=, which is represented by the number 3.

  • The Boolean operator, TO, is represented by the number 2. Because there are only two values for the Keyword Type, only the operator from the first Keyword value is needed to describe the relationship between the values. The operator on the second Keyword value, 0, is ignored because there are no additional Keyword values for the Keyword Type.

  • The Keyword value follows the equal sign. The first Keyword value is 1500; the second is 2000.

Note:

Spaces in Keyword values are converted to plus signs. For example: DocPop.aspx?KT128_0_0_0=JOHN+ADAMS&clienttype=html&keytype=