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Carlos, sometimes it depends on what you are using to call the tabcmd commands. From my Windows Server environment, I need to double the ampersands (i.e. don't use %26, instead use %%26).
If that doesn't work, you can use a calculated field to remove the ampersand.
Thanks for the quick response Mark. Commenting on the methods you proposed.
1. I've tried the double ampersands also and it didn't work for me.
2. I saw this 2nd solution before but held off on it. I was looking for a more seamless programmatic approach rather than a workaround. But if this is all there is without having to rename the values or wait for a Tabcmd enhancement, then we'll try this solution. I'll give an update later.
Hi Mark, I tried the 2nd solution and it works.
I used REPLACE([Def], "&", "") and then used an alias so the User still sees the "&".
Hi Jeff, thanks for the thread. After looking at it again, I realized my mistake with the export. I was using the get command syntax for the export command.
INCORRECT Export Syntax
> tabcmd export "/views/WB/VW.png?Abc=1,3,4&Def=55%20%26%2099" -f "OF"
CORRECT Export Syntax
> tabcmd export "WB/VW?Abc=1,3,4&Def=55%20%26%2099" --png -f "OF"