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Using a Translation

Using a Translation

  • Under the Integration tab click on the Additional Columns tab.
  • Click on the Add Additional Column button.

  • The Additional Column window opens.

  • Name – enter a name for the column.
  • Type – select Translation to display the fields to create a translation.

  • If a Translation Table already exists enter data in the following fields:
    • Source Column – select the data source column that contains the data to look up in the translation.
    • Translation Table – select the Translation Table to be used.
    • If No Data – select the required action if field data is not contained within the translation table. The options are:
      • Return error if no match – will stop processing on the document if there is no match in the translation table.
      • Return source data if no match – will return the source field data if there is no match in the translation table.
      • Return blank if no match – will return blank if there is no match in the translation table.
      • Return default if no match – will return a pre-defined default value if there is no match in the translation table.
    • Default Value – If required, enter a default value to be returned by the translation column.
  • If a Translation Table needs to be created click on the Manage Translation Tables tab.

  • On the New Tab:
    • Key – Enter the Key field information
    • Description – Enter a description for the table
    • Click the Add Translation button

      • From – the source value to be translated.
      • To – the value to be returned and inserted into the destination.
      • Mark the Select checkbox to activate the translation when the Integration Process runs.
    • Click Update to save the translation.
      • After the translation is saved, Edit and Delete icons become active.
    • Delete Translations – click this button to remove selected translation(s).
    • Save Translation Table – click to save the table.
  • Translation Tables tab

    • Shows a list of Translation Tables that have been created.
    • The tables can be deleted by clicking on the Delete icon.
  • After the Translation Table is created, the user will need to add the table to the Integration Process by following Step 6 above.

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