A global variable can be configured as an in-memory source in Jitterbit. This lets the global variable be used anywhere that a source can be.
You can choose to create a new Global Variable source on its own, or within an existing operation. For more information on how sources work within operations, see Creating an Operation. For details on global variables, see Global Variables.
Within your project in Jitterbit Design Studio, you create a new Global Variable source by any of:
Go to File > New > New Source; or
In the top toolbar, click the green source icon .
In the popup, select Global Variable as the type:
Your new source appears in its own New Source tab in the right pane of the window.
NOTE: If you create a standalone source using any of these methods, note that it is not connected to an operation. See Using an Existing Global Variable Source in an Existing Operation below to use the new source.
A source is usually created by default when you create a new operation. (The exception is an operation that consists only of a script.) With an existing operation, you can specify the type of its source by:
Double-clicking on the source icon; in the popup, select Create New Source; or
In the configuration screen that appears, use the Type dropdown to select Global Variable, as shown above.
To use an existing Global Variable source in an existing operation with a source, you can set it by any of:
Within the operation, double-clicking on the source icon, and in the resulting popup, selecting the desired Global Variable source from the list; or
Within the operation, right-clicking on the source icon, choosing Select Existing Source, and in the resulting popup, selecting the desired Global Variable source from the list; or
After you have created a Global Variable source, the configuration screen will open in the main view of Design Studio. You can return to the configuration screen at any time by double-clicking on the source icon in the operation, or by double-clicking on the source in the tree on the left.
The configuration screen will appear similar to this example:
[). You can then choose one of the existing global variables.
Click the Save button in either the main toolbar or the source's toolbar to save the configuration.
TIP: When creating new global variables, prefix the global variable name so that it is easy to look up later. For example: for a global variable such as