IBM Planning Analytics Tips & Tricks Series
Did you know there are two different ways to stop a TurboIntegrator script?
The ProcessBreak command stops processing source data and
proceeds directly to the Epilog. This
approach allows you still run code in the Epilog that can perform tasks such as
deleting subsets, writing to a process tracking cube, or running other
Here is an example of skipping the data and metadata section if
a parameter called pVersion does not exist:
IF ( DIMIX ( ‘Version’,
pVersion) = 0 );
As you can see, there are no parameters to this command. You use this by simply telling Planning
Analytics to go to the Epilog.
If, however, you want to completely end the process then you can use the ProcessQuit command. This command completely terminates the process without running anything in the Epilog. Here is an example of doing the same check with ProcessQuit.
IF ( DIMIX ( ‘Version’, pVersion) = 0 );
It’s up to you to determine how you want to stop a TI script from processing.
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