- Article Type: General
- Product: Voyager
- Product Version: 8.2.2
* Replace String With String consequence isn't matching Replace String to exact match in record
* Replace String contains Boolean operator.
* Boolean operator is not first word in string.
This behavior is the result of Issue VYG-5822.
Issue VYG-5822 is resolved for Voyager 9.1.0 and higher.
1. Create Data Change Rule Set:
* Condition: MARC Field Exists - 856
* Consequence: Replace String with String
** on 856 field
** Replace String ends with "AND"
2. Add Data Change Rule Set to a Data Change Rule Set Group.
3. Identify a record with the Replace String in the 856 field.
4. Add record to a Record Set.
5. Preview the change. Note that there is no change in the record.
6. Edit the string in the record to use a non-Boolean term where AND is located.
7. Edit the Data Change Rule to match to the new word.
8. Preview the change. Note that the string is matched & the change executed.
Additional information: Also tested with OR with same results. If the term is the first word in the string, the string is successfully matched & replaced.
Workaround: Use 2 Replace String With String rules - one that replaces text up to Boolean operator, and one that begins with Boolean operator and replaces remaining text in the string.
Category: Global Data Change (GDC) - Voyager
- Article last edited: 10/17/2014