Open Studio for Data Quality
The CSV file must have specific columns including the ones listed in the table below. The CSV file may contain only a few of them.
About this task
|Label||The label of the pattern (must not be empty)|
|Purpose||The purpose of the pattern (can be empty)|
|Description||The description of the pattern (can be empty)|
|Author||The author of the regular expression (can be empty)|
|Relative Path||The relative path to the root folder (can be empty)|
|All_ DB_Regexp||The regular expression applicable to all databases (can be empty)|
|<database name>_Regexp||The regular expression applicable to this specific databases (can be empty)|
- In the DQ Repository tree view, expand .
Right-click Regex and select
The Import Patterns wizard opens.
- Browse to the CSV file holding the regular expressions.
In the Duplicate patterns handling
Option Description skip existing patterns Import only the regular expressions that do not exist in the corresponding lists in the DQ Repository tree view. A warning message is displayed if the imported patterns already exist under the Patterns folder. rename new patterns with suffix Identify each of the imported regular expressions with a suffix. All regular expression will be imported even if they already exist under the Patterns folder.
A confirmation message is displayed.
All imported regular expressions are listed under the Regex folder in the DQ Repository tree view.
The regular expressions are imported under the same folders or subfolders they had in the initial repository.
Important: A warning icon next to the name of the imported regular expression or SQL pattern in the tree view identifies that it is not correct. You must open the expression or the pattern and try to figure out what is wrong. Usually, problems come from missing quotes. Verify your regular expressions and SQL patterns and ensure that they are encapsulated in single quotes.