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How to derive the value of a rule type extract attribute in a fast formula

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edited May 25, 2021 2:03AM in HCM Integrations 4 comments

Summary

I am using a fast formula, where I am trying to get the value of an attribute, which is of type "Rule" but not getting the desired result

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The extract has an attribute called BusinessUnitId which is of the type "RULE" and uses a FF of its own.
I have another rule based attribute in the same extract whose value I am trying to get using the below mentioned FF. It uses BusinessUnitId as its input. What I noticed is I am getting the result as 'X'. Can we not use a rule attribute as an input to another FF in the same extract?
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