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Spectrum Data Quality Guide

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The following table lists the advanced options for name parsing.

Table 1. Open Name Parser Advanced Options

Option

Description

Advanced Options

Use the Domain drop-down to select the appropriate domain for each Name.

Click the Up and Down buttons to set the order in which you want the parsers to run. Results will be returned for the first domain that scores higher than the number set in the Shortcut threshold field. If no domain reaches that threshold, results for the domain with the highest score are returned. If multiple domains reach the threshold at the same time, priority goes to the domain that was run first (determined by the order set here) and its results will be returned.

Note: If you added your own domain using the Open Parser Domain Editor, that domain will appear here as well.

NaturalOrderPersonalNamesDomain

Option.NaturalOrderPersonalNamesDomain

Specifies the domain to use when parsing natural order personal names. The valid values are the domain names defined in the Open Parser Domain Editor too in Enterprise Designer.

NaturalOrderPersonalNamesPriority

Option.NaturalOrderPersonalNamesPriority

Specify a number between 1 and 5 that indicates the priority of the natural order personal names domain relative to the other domains that you are using. This determines the order in which you want the parsers to run.

Results will be returned for the first domain that scores higher than the number set in the shortcut threshold option. If no domain reaches that threshold, results for the domain with the highest score are returned. If multiple domains reach the threshold at the same time, priority goes to the domain that was run first (determined by the order set here) and its results will be returned.

ReverseOrderPersonalNamesDomain

Option.ReverseOrderPersonalNamesDomain

Specifies the domain to use when parsing reverse order personal names. The valid values are the domain names defined in the Open Parser Domain Editor too in Enterprise Designer.

ReverseOrderPersonalNamesPriority

Option.ReverseOrderPersonalNamesPriority

Specify a number between 1 and 5 that indicates the priority of the reverse order personal names domain relative to the other domains that you are using. This determines the order in which you want the parsers to run.

Results will be returned for the first domain that scores higher than the number set in the shortcut threshold option. If no domain reaches that threshold, results for the domain with the highest score are returned. If multiple domains reach the threshold at the same time, priority goes to the domain that was run first (determined by the order set here) and its results will be returned.

NaturalOrderConjoinedPersonalNamesDomain

Option.NaturalOrderConjoinedPersonalNamesDomain

Specifies the domain to use when parsing natural order conjoined personal names. The valid values are the domain names defined in the Open Parser Domain Editor too in Enterprise Designer.

NaturalOrderConjoinedPersonalNamesPriority

Option.NaturalOrderConjoinedPersonalNamesPriority

Specify a number between 1 and 5 that indicates the priority of the natural order conjoined personal names domain relative to the other domains that you are using. This determines the order in which you want the parsers to run.

Results will be returned for the first domain that scores higher than the number set in the shortcut threshold option. If no domain reaches that threshold, results for the domain with the highest score are returned. If multiple domains reach the threshold at the same time, priority goes to the domain that was run first (determined by the order set here) and its results will be returned.

ReverseOrderConjoinedPersonalNamesDomain

Option.ReverseOrderConjoinedPersonalNamesDomain

Specifies the domain to use when parsing reverse order conjoined personal names. The valid values are the domain names defined in the Open Parser Domain Editor too in Enterprise Designer.

ReverseOrderConjoinedPersonalNamesPriority

Option.ReverseOrderConjoinedPersonalNamesPriority

Specify a number between 1 and 5 that indicates the priority of the reverse order conjoined personal names domain relative to the other domains that you are using. This determines the order in which you want the parsers to run.

Results will be returned for the first domain that scores higher than the number set in the shortcut threshold option. If no domain reaches that threshold, results for the domain with the highest score are returned. If multiple domains reach the threshold at the same time, priority goes to the domain that was run first (determined by the order set here) and its results will be returned.

BusinessNamesDomain

Option.BusinessNamesDomain

Specifies the domain to use when parsing business names. The valid values are the domain names defined in the Open Parser Domain Editor too in Enterprise Designer.

BusinessNamesPriority

Option.BusinessNamesPriority

Specify a number between 1 and 5 that indicates the priority of the business names domain relative to the other domains that you are using. This determines the order in which you want the parsers to run.

Results will be returned for the first domain that scores higher than the number set in the shortcut threshold option. If no domain reaches that threshold, results for the domain with the highest score are returned. If multiple domains reach the threshold at the same time, priority goes to the domain that was run first (determined by the order set here) and its results will be returned.