Mapping Filters are used to select only a defined part of the Records. All established filters are linked with the logical and. Filters can be configured for all Repository Types.
To open the mapping filters
- Choose Filters in the Lines FastTab of the Mapping Version Card to access the Filter page.
- On the Filter page, fill in the fields as necessary. Hover over a field to read a short description.
Filters, which are set to a Mapping Line of a Repository, are valid for the entire Mapping unless overwritten by another Line. Therefore, all Filters of a Repository are removed completely. For further information and detailed application for different Value Classes, see Value Classes and Field Values.
If the current Record of the Mapping Line needs to be addressed, use the Line Sub Action = Current Record without a Mapping Filter.
Choose the Filter Primary Keys (Transfer-Fields) action on the Actions menu only in connection with a Mapping Line that has a value in the Transfer-Fields Repository Code field and Repository Type = Table. The Primary Key of the Table is linked to fields of the XML Nodes or JSON Tokens. This function can be used for quickly managing the filters during XML Export and Import.
The Mapping Filter can also be used to filter records in the Partner Matrix (see Use Partner Matrix in Mapping Filters).
Options for the value class
- Constant – A fixed value. The use of Mapping Variables is possible.
- Filter – A filter value. The use of Mapping Variables is possible.
- Repository – A value of a Repository. The use of Mapping Variables is not possible.
- Formula – A calculated formula. The use of Mapping Variables is possible.
- Partner – A field value of a Partner. Only relevant if the Mapping is processed by a Partner Mapping.
For more information, see Value Classes and Field Values.
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