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Does rollup can evaluate var?

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Does rollup can evaluate var?

Post by dainova on Thu Nov 08, 2012 10:53 am

Hi, all
I'm trying to code this and evaluate but never get TRUE, even I see in echo that it's . I did play will possible combination around ${}"''etc, but nothing helped.
I tested and see that rollups see and can evaluate var from outside using the same syntax (if (storedVars['var1'] == true) { then.... true....). But somehow if you assign it inside rollup I still have problem with IF, even in ELSE section I see state1 displayed again as "IL" !!!! Shocked
Can anybody help me with this, what is wrong with mine code?? any escapes I'm missing???

Code:

...rollup:
  commands.push({ command: 'storeSelectedLabel', target: 'id=Select_ddlState', value: 'state1' });
  commands.push({ command: 'echo', target: '${state1}' });              // displayed <IL>
   
  if (storedVars['state1'] == 'IL') { commands.push({ command: 'echo', target: 'True!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!' });
                    commands.push({ command: 'echo', target: '${state1}' });                          }
  else {        commands.push({ command: 'echo', target: '2. False======' });
             commands.push({ command: 'echo', target: '${state1}' });      // displayed : IL  #2 !!!!!!!
                                          }

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