Author Topic: TM1 Tip 2: Custom Turbo Integrator Processes  (Read 1299 times)

Offline CharlieTriangle

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TM1 Tip 2: Custom Turbo Integrator Processes
« on: 25 Oct 2016 08:30:49 am »
If you have read my 1st tip for TM1 I hope you will already have embarked on a program of simplifying your rules within TM1.

As a TM1 user or developer, you may already know that the main areas for complexity in TM1 are rules and Turbo Integrator Processes, commonly referred to as “TI”.

For the uninitiated, TI Processes are similar to Rules but differ in 3 important ways:

  • Turbo Integrator has a different interface to the Rules Editor
    TI supports runtime Variables without them having to be Measures in a Dimension
    TI has to be run manually or actioned by a chore

To continue reading this article please click the following link: https://triangleinformationmanagement.com/tm1-custom-turbo-integrator-processes/


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Re: TM1 Tip 2: Custom Turbo Integrator Processes
« Reply #1 on: 11 Nov 2016 10:25:17 am »
If you have read my 1st tip for TM1 I hope you will already have embarked on a program of simplifying your rules within TM1.

As a TM1 user or developer, you may already know that the main areas for complexity in TM1 are rules and Turbo Integrator Processes, commonly referred to as “TI”.

For the uninitiated, TI Processes are similar to Rules but differ in 3 important ways:

  • Turbo Integrator has a different interface to the Rules Editor
    TI supports runtime Variables without them having to be Measures in a Dimension
    TI has to be run manually or actioned by a chore

To continue reading this article please click the following link: https://triangleinformationmanagement.com/tm1-custom-turbo-integrator-processes/

Hi Charlie,

If you're going to post technical tips on the forum, please post them, not just a teaser with a link to your website.

Thanks,

MF.
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Re: TM1 Tip 2: Custom Turbo Integrator Processes
« Reply #2 on: 25 Nov 2016 10:28:28 am »
All of Charlie's posts are teasers for his website.

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Re: TM1 Tip 2: Custom Turbo Integrator Processes
« Reply #3 on: 09 Dec 2016 09:08:11 am »
Hi Guys,

Being new to the forum I wasn't aware that my tactics for getting people to our website were seen as dubious or underhand. I was merely using this forum to get traction to our site.

I have never lead with sales or marketing rhetoric nor have I posted anything irrelevant.

That being said, I will only post full content from now on, it's obviously bothered you guys a great deal.

I will still include links to the Triangle Information Management website as we have a lot of relevant content on the subject matter.

Please accept my apologies I shall endeavour to rectify my shortcomings with quality, informative content that the entirety of this forum can enjoy and learn from.

Charlie 

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Re: TM1 Tip 2: Custom Turbo Integrator Processes
« Reply #4 on: 12 Dec 2016 07:24:21 am »
...it's obviously bothered you guys a great deal...

No, not in the least. It's just not really in keeping with the spirit of a community that shares ideas and helps each other to post a partial tip and force viewers elsewhere to find out the good bits :)

We appreciate your posts, and you're certainly welcome to include links to your website.

MF.
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