When working with Database Vuser scripts, (such as ODBC, Oracle 2-Tier) you can use VuGen's automated correlation feature to insert the appropriate functions into your script. The correlating functions are:
lrd_save_col saves a query result appearing in a grid, to a parameter. This function is placed before fetching the data. It assigns the value retrieved by the subsequent lrd_fetch to the specified parameter.
(lrd_ora8_save_col for Oracle 8 and higher)
lrd_save_value saves the current value of a placeholder descriptor to a parameter. It is used with database functions that set output placeholders (such as certain stored procedures under Oracle).
lrd_save_ret_param saves a stored procedure's return value to a parameter. It is used primarily with database procedures stored in DbLib that generate return values.
Note: VuGen does not apply correlation if the saved value is invalid or NULL (no rows returned).
For more information about these functions and their arguments, see the Function Reference (Help > Function Reference).