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How to Tag Detail Records with Sub Header Details

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    Gerry Mullin

    I think the key here is to identify the data in groups so that from there you can use the functions firstInGroup (or lastInGroup if the order was reversed) to identify the sub type. Here's an attempt at it that hopefully can help you.

     

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    andrew darnell

    Hi Gerry,

    Thank You very much for your quick response.

    It has done the trick!!

    Here I was looking at different accelerators and didn't think I could just use a standard filter and Agg node.

    Do you know of anywhere I can get some sort of reference when it comes to BRAINScripts?

    Thanks again

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    Gerry Mullin

    The old community is accessible, albeit as read only. There is a wealth of information on it related to LAE and BRAINScript. Your only real source of BRAINScript help outside of that is the help files in LAE itself (Help menu -> BRAINScript Help). If you highlight some BRAINScript function and hit f1 the help will bring you to the help specific to that function which is a nice feature.

     

    The old forum is accessible here.

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