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What is the difference between macro & Parameter

What is the difference between macro & Parameter..

Answer / m m naidu

Parameter:Specifies the parameter that is satisfied by
values chosen in the prompt control.

Applies to
Date & Time Prompt, Date Prompt, Generated Prompt, Interval
Prompt, Select & Search Prompt,
Text Box Prompt, Time Prompt, Tree Prompt, Value Prompt

Macro:A macro is a runtime object, which uses the parameter
maps and sesssion parameters in developing the conditional
query subjects.

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