As any leprechaun will tell you, most pots of gold are found at the other end of a rainbow. But of one pot of gold -- information integration -- that can be found on the other end of a bridge instead. The bridge in this case is the XBRL Global Ledger Framework (XBRL GL), which spans the gap between source data and end reporting. One side of the XBRL Global Ledger Framework (XBRL GL) bridge -- connecting underlying details to end reporting -- has received extensive attention. The other aspect -- linking transactions to business events -- hasn't been covered as much. Some of that comes from the increasingly broad acceptance of XBRL for end reporting, as found in the governmental use of XBRL in Standard Business Reporting efforts in the Netherlands and Australia as well as the US Securities & Exchange Commission's focus on using XBRL for financial reports and statements.