This article from InSource shows how to structure expressions in IntelaTrac that will facilitate re-use.
- Author: Rich Brooks
- Published: 8/13/2018
- Applies to: IntelaTrac 2017 and higher
The Procedure Builder in IntelaTrac allows the developer to copy and paste steps of a round. The round often includes multiples of equipment that are very similar. A best practice is to build the procedure with expressions that facilitate re-use. The following is an example showing how to structure a formula.
This is a simple shift changeover procedure that has the user select a role..
A tag named RoleTag is configured to hold the response from the user.
A condition checks the role selected by the user.
It is best to build the expression with the @ParentNode(@CurrentNode()) functions rather than a hard coded tag name. The function will look to the parent node for the tag name. It will automatically replace the tag name in the formula when components of a procedure are copied and pasted.
The referenced tag name will need to be updated in the parent, but the underlying formula(s) will stay the same saving time.