If the field has changed, the Set Local Var macro action is used to create two variables.
The first variable, var Status ID, is set to the contents of the Status ID field.object to determine whether the value in the Quantity field was increased.
(f) Plans and procedures will be designed and developed to provide maximum flexibility to the President for his implementation of emergency actions. Each department and agency shall support interagency coordination to improve preparedness and response to a national security emergency and shall develop and maintain decentralized capabilities wherever feasible and appropriate.
(c) The Director of the Federal Emergency Management Agency shall serve as an advisor to the National Security Council on issues of national security emergency preparedness, including mobilization preparedness, civil defense, continuity of government, technological disasters, and other issues, as appropriate.
Pursuant to such procedures for the organization and management of the National Security Council process as the President may establish, the Director of the Federal Emergency Management Agency also shall assist in the implementation of and management of the National Security Council process as the President may establish, the Director of the Federal Emergency Management Agency also shall assist in the implementation of national security emergency preparedness policy by coordinating with the other Federal departments and agencies and with State and local governments, and by providing periodic reports to the National Security Council on implementation of national security emergency preparedness policy.
Pursuant to the President's direction, the National Security Council shall be responsible for developing and administering such policy.
All national security emergency preparedness activities shall be consistent with the Constitution and laws of the United States and with preservation of the constitutional government of the United States. (a) The purpose of this Order is to assign national security emergency preparedness responsibilities to Federal departments and agencies.
Example 3: Using the Set Field Macro Action The following code example shows a validation rule that resets the status of a line item when its quantity is increased.
If Updated("Status ID") Then Set Local Var Name var Status ID Expression [Status ID] Set Local Var Name var Status Text Expression "" Look Up A Record In Order Details Status Where Condition [Status ID]=[var Status ID] Set Local Var Name var Status Text Expression [Status Text] If [var Status Text]="" Then Raise Error Error Number 1 Error Description Sorry, you have specified an invalid Status ID Else Set Field Name Status Text Value [var Status Text] End If End If macro block checks whether the Status ID field was changed.
Stafford Disaster Assistance And Emergency Relief Act, 13CFR123.1 Chapter I--Small Business Administration Part 123--Disaster Loan Program US Code TITLE 50 - War and National Defence CHAPTER 34 - National Emergencies Executive Order 10995 Telecommunications Management Executive Order 10997 -- Electric power, petroleum and gas, solid fuels, and minerals Executive Order 10998 -- Food resources, farms, fertilizer, and facilities Executive Order 10999 -- Transportation, the production and distribution of all materials Executive Order 11000 -- Manpower management Executive Order 11001 -- Health and welfare services, and educational programs Executive Order 11002 -- National emergency registration system Executive Order 11003 -- Air travel, airports, operating facilities Executive Order 11004 -- Housing and community facilities Executive Order 11005 -- Interstate Commerce Executive Order 11051 -- Emergency Planning Executive Order 11490 -- Federal departments and agencies Executive Order 12472 -- Telecommunications functions Executive Order 12656 -- Continuity of Government Executive Order 12919 -- National Defense Industrial Preparedness Executive Order 12938 -- Weapons Of Mass Destruction Executive Order 13074 -- Noncombatant Evacuation Operations "The President has the power to seize property, organize and control the means of production, seize commodities, assign military forces abroad, call reserve forces amounting to 2 1/2 million men to duty, institute martial law, seize and control all menas of transportation, regulate all private enterprise, restrict travel, and in a plethora of particular ways, control the lives of all Americans...
Most [of these laws] remain a a potential source of virtually unlimited power for a President should he choose to activate them.
Example 4: Using Local Variables and Looking Up Records in Another Table The following code example shows a validation rule that ensures only valid Status ID values are entered into the table.