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Cell referencing using Redi API

I had looked at an previous answer provided in which the user had to create a function (Eval) as part of the process. I did this but it doesnt consistently return values. I wonder if there might be a better way that is now available as that solution was written a few years back


=RediLink|'L1'!'1605.T;BP,DH,DL'


so for example i would want to have some syntax where a cell value such as 6758.T was inserted into this array

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@Sean1

Thanks for reaching out to us.

Typically, you can use the Excel DDE Component to build REDI DDE Links.

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The output looks like this. One RediLink is for one item.

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For more information, you can refer to the REDIPlus DDE-API Guide on the REDI FTP site (sftp://sftp.redi.com). The document is in the /API/Documents directory. You can get the FTP credential from the REDI QuickStart Guide.

I hope that this information is of help.


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