If you want to make a global variable accessible from table to table extension, or from page to page extension, you would normally need to create a procedure to get or set the variables. With protected variables, you no longer need to do that.
The protected keyword can be used to make variables accessible between tables and table extensions and between pages and page…
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Protected Variables If you want to make a global variable accessible from table to table extension, or from page to page extension, you would normally need to create a procedure to get or set the variables. With protected variables, you no longer need to do that.
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