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Executing Script Logic File with Data Manager package

Hello all,

I have a script logic file that I want to execute using Data Manager package. As I know, while creating a package, I need to modify the data manager dynamic script. Could someone explain me what I need to add to the data manager dynamic script? And possibly write here the dynamic script for script logic that I write below?

I was reading the book for BPC420, and it was mentioned very briefly what needed to be added to it, so I didn't quite understand it.

Here is my script logic file called testlogic.lgf .



*XDIM_MEMBERSET D63_FLOW = D63.03.2,D63.03.2.1,D63.03.3,D63.03.3.1,D63.03.4.1

*FOR %Q1%=%EH%




*DIM D63_FLOW WHAT= D63.03.2,D63.03.2.1,D63.03.3,D63.03.3.1,D63.03.4.1; WHERE=<<<;




Thank you,

Jake Alexander

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    Posted on Jan 09, 2014 at 08:47 AM

    Hi Jake,

    You need to modify the data manager dynamic script if you want to pass some parameters to the script (for example to define scope of the script etc.). If you use DEFAULT_FORMULAS process chain the standard dynamic script will be generated:







    In the first line you can select dimensions to be presented to user to select members.

    In the last line you have to put the name of your lgf file instead of DEFAULT.LGF.


    P.S. And don't use COMMIT - useless here!

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  • Posted on Jan 09, 2014 at 10:15 AM


    I believe you are using ALLOCATION_LOGIC as process chain that generates standard dynamic script as below.





    In the last line you have to put the name of your lgf file i.e.testlogic.LGF.

    Hope this will help you.



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    • There is no difference between the chains: /CPMB/DEFAULT_FORMULAS_LOGIC and /CPMB/ALLOCATION_LOGIC. Actually the different chains are inherited from BPC 7.0 were it was required to create an individual chain for each DM package (even absolutely same inside).

      When you select a chain some default dynamic script is created. For DEFAULT_LOGIC some dimensions are available for user to define scope. For ALLOCATION_LOGIC the selection lines are missing (but can be added).


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