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Using Views and Tables in Equations

This section discusses how to use views and tables in equations.

A view consists of information drawn from a table or multiple tables and can be accessed by an equation. Use a view whenever it can make the equation logic simpler. You should use a view only to access information contained in core tables.

Note: If you need to access information contained in a core table or a very large table, ask your organization's IT department to create a view of that table and add the view to the Equation Table Authorization Security Tree.