Reserved Words

Reserved words (or keywords) are pre-defined words in a programming language that have a special meaning and cannot be used as variable names or user-defined identifiers. These words have specific syntax and functionality in the language and cannot be redefined or used for any other purpose. The use of reserved words helps to structure and define the syntax of a language and make the code easier to read and understand.

This means they can only be used for the relevant command defined below. They can not be used as variable names in the Public Static CollectionAuthentication Parameter ControlTransaction NameFlow code or Parameter Name.

Validation has been put in place in the Integration Builder to check if these reserved words are used in the wrong place.

To protect for reserved words, if a reserved word is added it is automatically removed. The example below shows how it is not possible to add the “n” on “join” as ‘join’ is a reserved word.

The reserved word GLU_STATUS_CODE can be used to pass the last status code from a third party ( more details on the Response Manager page).

GLU Reserved Words

  • concat
  • copyWithin
  • dateTimeNOW
  • entries
  • every
  • GLU_schemaName
  • fill
  • filter
  • find
  • findIndex
  • forEach
  • from
  • Header
  • includes
  • indexOf
  • isArray
  • join
  • keys
  • lastIndexOf
  • length
  • map
  • null
  • pop
  • push
  • reduce
  • reduceRight
  • reverse
  • shift
  • slice
  • split
  • some
  • sort
  • splice
  • toString
  • unshift
  • values
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