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Monday, March 9, 2009

Automate HAL Load

Hi All,

good morning.

today we will see how we can autoamte HAL job (Flow diagram)

If you are loading a large number of members, HAL chokes if you don't automate it (.exe etc).

Here are the steps one should follow to autoamate a HAL job.

Step:1

Complete the flow diagram as shown below







Step:2
Drag and drop Window Executible from Palleate.





Step:3
Open the window executible. Go to Runtime Target tab.
give the location of the flow diagram.
Browse to the location, where you want to store the executible file.








Step:4
Check
  • Use file name as runtime target name
  • Automatically Build when OK pressed.


Step:5
don't check anything in Flow Diagrams tab as shown below:


Step:6
Don't check anything in Management tab as shown below:



Step:7
In Logging tab give the location of your log file.
Step:8
Don't check anything in Profile tab as shown below:




Step:9
Check
  • Copy needed Vignette Business Integration Studio DLLs
  • Run as Console application
  • If you want status bar check that box


Step:10
Hit OK




Step :11
you will see your execution file in the list as shown below:



Step:12

you can give the location of executible file in your batch file and run it using scheduler like window scheduler.

























6 comments:

  1. hi
    Can u post the process of,backup of planning repository?

    Thanku in advance

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  2. Can u pls post sample businesrule n for what it was created.


    Thanku

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  3. Hi
    this is chinni.I urgenty need of the SDLC process of an essbase project plsssssssssss

    thanku in advance

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  4. Hi Chinni,
    can you email me at ppasup123@gmail.com

    Thanks
    Dornakal

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  5. To backup Planning repository, export all HSP_xxxxx Oracle tables from the Oracle schema.
    Examples of HSP tables - HSP_Object, HSP_Group.
    Also, export Business Rules tables from HBR repository relational database.
    Here is example of Business Rule - it is same as calc script but you can use [variable] to prompt and limit members:
    FIX (&CurrFcst , "Working", "Local", "HSP_InputValue", [Department])
    FIX(&FYofFcstQtr, &fcstmonth: Jan)

    "61100" ="61100_ex"+"61100_adj";
    "15200" = "15200"+ "15200_new_calc" ;
    "61300" ="61300_calc"+"61300_adj";
    :
    :
    :
    above HBR is used to total up accounts.
    [Department] is variable that is retrieved from Webform

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  6. Thanks for taking time to post on backup of planning and business rule.

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