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cgil
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IBM DB2 with Parameters

Hi all!

 I have an IBM DB2 connection and I want to add a parameter into a where clause. 

I can do that but the thing is that if I do like this: 

cgil_0-1611836969366.png

 I can not change the origen in the configuration options.

 

Is there any way to that with the posibility of change the origin after?

 

Thank you so much

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mahoneypat
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Please clarify what you mean.  Can you not change the value in the parameter to get different results?

Pat

 





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cgil
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Hi!!

No, I can change the value of the parameter but, I put the parameter into the query I have disable this option:

cgil_0-1611903929897.png

 

Thanks!

You can use a parameter that holds the database name and use it in place of your redacted part of Sql.Database( ).  Or you can use parameters in your where clause or other parts of your SQL statement.

Power BI Introduction: Working with Parameters in Power BI Desktop —Part 4 - Simple Talk (red-gate.c...

 

Pat





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cgil
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If I use the parameters as a a part of my sql statement after I can not change the origin of data without change it in the Query.

The parameter that appears in the first picture works perfectly but the thing is after that when I need to change the origin on the configuration option you can see that is disable.

 

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