Generally to use a variable that is not being passed to the program, the Session Context must be initialized, as seen in the example below:



Dim oConstituent as CRecord

Set oConstituent = New Crecord

OConstituent.init REApplication.SessionContext



By declaring a variable to the IBBSessionContext, a much smaller and user-friendly variable can be used throughout the program.



Public Function Hello()

Dim oSC As IBBSessionContext

Set oSC = REApplication.SessionContext



Dim oConstituent As CRecord

Set oConstituent = New CRecord

oConstituent.Init oSC



oConstituent.Load 280



MsgBox oConstituent.Fields(RECORDS_fld_FULL_NAME)



End Function

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