Data Relationship Management (DRM) v11.1.2.3 includes a cool new feature that changes the way to write dynamic scripting using JavaScript for your custom derived property and validations. JavaScript has been around for over a decade, but it hasn't been available to use within DRM until last year. What this means to users is that they now have the option to use JavaScript instead of the legacy formula language within the property formulas. You can use it to loop through your code and create functions that can be called by the main routine. Sounds great, right? Well there's a catch: Although robust, using the JavaScript language has a learning curve. In this session, learn how to create a simple JavaScript property, convert a current formula to JavaScript, and create more complex property formulas. The session will include best practices, tips and tricks, a live demo of real-world scenarios, and more.

 

Recorded on July 31, 2015

 

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