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Error: Substitution Variable doesn't exist

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edited Sep 1, 2021 1:38PM in Planning 4 comments

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Good Morning - 

I'm trying to create a variable to replace repeated calc script code, but I am getting the following error:  

"A validation error was received from the Planning server. 'Error:Substitution variable [varMeritAdjustment] doesn't exist."

I created the variable in Variable Designer at the plan level, and selected type String and entered the following surrounded by double quotes. Then I called the new variable in my script only to receive an error. 

Variable Default Value:  

"@round("Overtime 150" -> "Existing Employee" -> "No Business Unit" * (1 + "Merit Rate %" -> "No Department" -> "No Employee" -> "No Business Unit"),2);

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