When developing Cleo Clarify rulesets, we try to implement best practices. One of those best practices is avoiding custom coding such as formulas, or JAVA Actions (Version 2 rulesets).
In the example below, we are capturing N1 data where the N101 can possibly be ST or BS.
Previously, we might have set-up a new formula, JAVA Action (Version 2), or 2 entire set-ups – 1 for ST and 1 for BS.
With the MATCHES rule condition, where we use the regEx value of ST|BS.
If ST or BS is present, we will map all the rules in Composite rule #77
To see other Cleo Clarify rules, see the links below.
Cleo Clarify A thru E actions can be FOUND HERE.
Cleo Clarify F thru L actions can be FOUND HERE.
Cleo Clarify M thru Z actions can be FOUND HERE
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