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02-08-2019

Hello,

How can I determine what the xpath of an extended table is?

I have extended my seed table and I am trying to reference the new table via xpath... I tried the name of the table but I am wondering if it follows this format? -->

custom_nms_seedMember 

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05-08-2019

Hi,

The xpath is from the join element of the primary table, assuming that's where you're referencing it from, e.g. nms:seedMember/extendedTableLinkName/@id. If you're accessing it directly, it's just cus:extendedTableName/@id.

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