Context Engine Glossary Index
The Context Engine is a large database of retrievable variables, available for use throughout LoanPro Software. Context engine variables can be used in several sections of LoanPro, including Custom forms, Notifications, and Rules Applied. Below is an image of what the context-engine interface will generally look like inside of any given section where it is found:
Each section of the context engine glossary is covered in its own article, and this article is a central hub that connects to all of them.
Variables related to the collateral items securing an account.
Variables relating to bankruptcy.
System variables are related to the agent user logged in and requesting the information.
Variables for the agent user assigned to the account.
Variables for computation fields.
Various amounts on the loan, like the figures found on the Delinquency History Table.
Variables that pull info from AutoPays.
Variables for the most basic loan information, like display and system IDs.
Variables displaying figures that the system calculates.
Variables for checklists.
Variables for the amount of money collected and paid toward various areas (principal, fees, etc.).
Tenant-level info about your company.
Array variables to pull values from your own custom fields.
Information about the primary and secondary customer linked to an account.
Variables for dates.
Variables for the escrow on an account.
Variables for loan delinquency and the current date and time.
Variables for insurance.
Variables about the most recent payment.
Variables about the next scheduled payments.
Variables about all the payments logged on an account.
Variables about a loan's payoff.
Variables about promises.
Variables for the portfolios a loan is in.
Variables for loan settings.
Variables for the 'additional' page of loan setup.
Variables for the 'advanced configuration' page of loan setup.
Variables for the 'loan terms' page of loan setup.
Variables that will pull information about the source company linked to a loan.
All the variables for terms you'll need to disclose to stay in compliance with the Truth In Lending Act.
Variables to pull date ranges.
Variables that pull information related to funding.