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Macro #$runLocale# #sb($runLocale)# #$runLocale + is my preferred language # #$Language_lookup {$runLocale}#
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Expression $runLocale sb($runLocale) $runLocale + is my preferred language $Language_lookup {$runLocale}
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Instead of modeling every possible runLocale, you can create the Language_lookup parameter map to replace multiple language codes with a single, common code found in the data As seen here, parameter maps are simple structures:
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NOTE Parameter maps can contain any Key-Value pair that you need, but it is important to
remember that as your map becomes larger it also becomes slower We will return to parameter maps when we get back to our hospital example in the Using Macros to Point to the Right Database section of this chapter
Make a Macro
Your location within Framework Manager determines exactly how you create a macro When you are working with the Query Subject Definition for a model query subject,
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you can use macros in either the Filter tab or in a query item from the Query Items And Calculations pane, as shown next:
Access the Query Subject Definition dialog by right-clicking on a model query subject and choosing Edit Definition from the context menu, or you can double-click on the model query subject
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NOTE While you can create macros in data source query subjects, we recommend that you only use
macros in model query subjects This follows the practice of leaving data source query subjects as clean as possible for maintenance reasons
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The Filter Definition dialog and the Calculation Definition dialog both have a Parameters tab at the bottom of the Available Components pane, as shown next:
By using one or more of the items in the Parameters tab, you can create any macro you need We will show you an example of how to use a macro to return the records from the Sales Staff model query subject for the person running the query Here s how to make a macro: 1 Double-click the model query subject to access the Query Subject Definition screen 2 Click the Filters tab at the top of the screen 3 Click the Add link at the bottom of the screen, as shown next:
Add Filter link
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4 Enter a name for the filter in the Name text box 5 On the Model tab in the Available Components pane, navigate to the data item on which you want to filter In this example, we use the Staff name from the Sales Staff model query subject 6 In the Expression definition pane, add the Data item 7 In the Expression pane, after the Data item, add the logical operator and the appropriate session parameter on which to filter In this example we use the equal (=) and the accountdefaultName session parameter At this point your filter will look something like the one shown next:
Parsing error
Missing Quotes
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Tips tab
There are three items of which to take note in the previous illustration The Parsing error seen in the Tips pane Our default user name is missing quotes The user name is listed as Professional Author, which is not a name found in the Sales Staff model query subject The missing quotes present an issue because when you use a string in a SQL statement, the string has to be enclosed in single quotes We can fix the missing quotes using a Macro Function, which we will discuss in the Macro Functions section of this chapter As for the user name, Framework Manager provides us with the ability to set override values for any session parameter as shown in the next section
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Override Default Session Parameter Values
Overriding the default session parameter values makes developing and testing macros much easier by removing the need to setup multiple test users Here s how to override the default values of the session parameter: 1 From the toolbar in Framework Manager, click on the Project menu, as shown next:
2 Click on the Session Parameters menu The Session Parameters screen displays, as shown next:
3 Select the parameter to be modified and click the Edit button The rows for the selected parameter become text boxes in which you can enter data
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