Modifying Files and Processes for Postal Validation - trillium_quality - 17.1

Trillium Quality for SAP Field Extension Framework (CRM) Installation and Configuration Guide

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17.1
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Trillium Quality
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Trillium Quality for SAP Field Extension Framework (CRM) Installation and Configuration Guide
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2008
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2023-05-25
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For postal validation, you must add the custom fields to the DDL and modify the country-specific Transformer and Window Key Generator processes.

To modify your Trillium Quality project for postal validation

  1. Add the custom fields to your input schema files (for example, xxinput.ddx, transactioninput.ddx, masterinput.ddx). For example, you might add the following fields, specifying the appropriate field type and length:

    Name

    Type

    Length

    TELNUM

    UTF8

    30

    TELNUMEXT

    UTF8

    30

    MOBNUM

    UTF8

    30

    EMAIL

    UTF8

    50

  2. Tune the country-specific Transformer to use the SAP Field Extension Framework. For example, to add the TELNUM field as an Attribute Scan in the Output Conditionals of the US Transformer process:

    1. Right-click the US Transformer process.

    2. Select Edit process.

    3. Click Output Conditionals.

    4. Right-click the right pane and select Add > New > Attribute Scan.

    5. In the Attribute Scan wizard, make the necessary modifications to accommodate your requirements, as shown in the following three images.

       

       

    6. An Attribute Scan is created. Click Finish.

  3. Tune the country-specific Window Key Generator to use the SAP Field Extension Framework:

    1. Right-click the US Window Key Generator process.

    2. Select Edit process from the menu.

    3. Click Schema Editor and add the required Output Attributes, for example, WINDOW_KEY_06, WINDOW_KEY_07, and so on.

    4. Click Keys.

    5. In the Input Attributes pane, select the attribute representing a new Window Key, for example, WINDOW_KEY_06 and click >.

    6. Select the new Window Key, for example, WINDOW_KEY_06, in the Window Key Destination Attributes pane and click Definition.

    7. In the Window Key Rules for Window Key Generator window, make the necessary modifications to accommodate your desired requirement.

    8. Click Back.

    9. Click Finish.