Hi all, I am facing an issue regarding my ability to reference global
objects between two different business rules, one of which is a finance
business rule and the other of which is a connector business rule. To be
more specific, the flow goes like t...
Hey db, I just tried this, and it worked! Thank you so much... I think
this is the approach I'm going to go with for the time being. As far as
I understand, this approach skirts the need to have global objects
because it queries the method command an...
Yes, I'm aware that I could probably re-write whatever's in that finance
rule with BRApis instead of apis, but I will gladly take the more simple
approach of creating a custom database table, if it's possible (unsure
yet if the application security s...
Hey Jack, thanks a ton for your response, it was very informative,
especially regarding global variables and their shortcomings. Based on
the responses I've received I now understand that using a global
variable is not a good option for accomplishing...
Hey db, thanks for your response. Yes, the main goal here is to import
data between two cubes. More specifically, I am trying to pull data from
a datatable that is being generated by a function in the finance
business rule. This function performs var...
Hey Daniel, Thanks for your response. Actually, the role of the rules is
the reverse of what you said - I'm creating and setting the global
variable in the finance BR, and trying to retrieve it in the connector
BR. I tried what you suggested by creat...