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  1. Preface
  2. Introduction to Data Validation Option
  3. Repositories
  4. XML Data Source
  5. Tests for XML Data Sources
  6. Connections
  7. Expressions
  8. Table Pairs
  9. Tests for Table Pairs
  10. Single-Table Constraints
  11. Tests for Single-Table Constraints
  12. Examples of Tests from Spreadsheets
  13. SQL Views
  14. Lookup Views
  15. Join Views
  16. Aggregate Views
  17. Business Intelligence and Reporting Tools Reports
  18. Dashboards
  19. DVOCmd Command Line Program
  20. Troubleshooting
  21. Appendix A: Datatype Reference
  22. Appendix B: Reporting Views
  23. Appendix C: Metadata Import Syntax
  24. Appendix D: Jasper Reports
  25. Appendix E: Glossary

Data Validation Option User Guide

Data Validation Option User Guide

Rules and Guidelines for Special Characters

Rules and Guidelines for Special Characters

You must use different syntax for commands that contain folder names or external IDs with commas, special characters, or spaces.

Folder Names and External IDs Containing Commas

Follow these rules and guidelines when you run commands on Windows:
  • Place single quotes around folder names that contain commas.
  • Place double quotes around the entire argument.
  • Place a back-slash before each of the two double quotes.
For example, if the folder names are test1 and test,2 and test3, you will use the following syntax:
RunTests --folderNames \”test1,’test,2’,test3\”
Follow these rules and guidelines when you run commands on Linux:
  • Place single quotes around folder names that contain commas.
  • Place double quotes around the entire argument.
For example, if the folder names are test1 and test,2 and test3, you will use the following syntax:
RunTests --folderNames ”test1,’test,2’,test3”

Folder Names and External IDs Containing Spaces or Special Characters

Follow these rules and guidelines when you run commands on Windows:
  • Place double quotes around the entire argument.
  • Place a back-slash before each of the two double quotes
For example, if the folder names are test1 and test@2 and test<space>3, you will use the following syntax:
RunTests --folderNames \”test1,’test@2’,test<space>3\”
Follow these rules and guidelines when you run commands on Linux:
  • Place double quotes around the entire argument.
For example, if the folder names are test1 and test@2 and test<space>3, you will use the following syntax:
RunTests --folderNames ”test1,’test,2’,test3”