B2B Data Transformation 10.5.2
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Determines whether the specified text or pattern is absent from the document. The
absentproperty has the following options:
If selected, the
Markermust be adjacent to the anchor at the beginning of its search scope. If
directionis set to
backward, it must be adjacent to the anchor at the end of its search scope. If not selected, the Script can skip over text until it finds the
adjacentproperty has the following options:
Defines the occurrence number to find. For example, to set the
Markerat the second newline following the preceding anchor, set
A search direction for the anchor within the search scope. You can choose one of the following options:
Markeranchor, you can modify this behavior by using the
countproperty. For example, if
direction = backwardand
count = 2, the Script finds the second-to-last instance.
Default is forward. For more information, see How a Parser Searches for Anchors.
Determines whether the Script ignores the component and all of the child components. Use this property to test, debug, and modify a Script. You can choose one of the following options:
Determines whether an anchor is used as the start of the search scope for the succeeding anchor. You can choose one of the following options:
A descriptive label for the component. This label appears in the log file and the
Eventsview. Use the
nameproperty to identify the component that caused the event.
The action to take if the component fails. You can choose one of the following options:
Default is cleared. For more information about handling component failures, see Failure Handling.
Determines whether a component failure causes the parent component to fail. You can choose one of the following options:
Determines when the Script processes the component. You can choose one of the following options:
A user-defined comment that describes the purpose or action of the component.
Defines the search criteria for the
Marker. The search criteria determine where the
Markeris located within the search scope. For example, a
Markerat a newline character. A
Markerat a specified string. For more information, see How a Parser Searches for Anchors.
The value of this property is one of the following searcher components:
For more information, see the Searcher Component Reference.
Updated April 24, 2022