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ashishj816
Quartz | Level 8

Hi All,

 

I am trying SAS Embeddable Web component with Parameter passing.

i have referred to link given below 

https://www.sas.com/content/dam/SAS/support/en/sas-global-forum-proceedings/2020/4309-2020.pdf

even after modifying the below code for my code it is not working 

 

const report = document.getElementById('myReport');
report.parameters = {
originParm: 'USA'
};

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BradMorris
SAS Employee

Hi @ashishj816 ,

 

That paper was written prior to release of that report parameter API on the SAS Visual Analytics SDK.  By the time we released that API, it had changed in form slightly from what is in the paper.  See the SDK API documentation for details.  For your example you posted, it would look like this

 

const report = document.getElementById("myReport");
report.getReportHandle().then((reportHandle) => {
  reportHandle.setReportParameters({
    originParm: 'USA'
  });
});

 

 

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BradMorris
SAS Employee

Hi @ashishj816 ,

 

That paper was written prior to release of that report parameter API on the SAS Visual Analytics SDK.  By the time we released that API, it had changed in form slightly from what is in the paper.  See the SDK API documentation for details.  For your example you posted, it would look like this

 

const report = document.getElementById("myReport");
report.getReportHandle().then((reportHandle) => {
  reportHandle.setReportParameters({
    originParm: 'USA'
  });
});

 

 

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