This example shows an Excel source sending input records to tScriptRules. The output of the tScriptRules is one of two tLogRows. One tLogRow handles the filter flow. Any script expressions that resolve to true (such as "!empty(customerId)") will be routed to the filter tLogRow. A script expression that fails will be sent to the reject tLogRow.
|tScriptRules with 5 Rows that Met the Conditions|
|Some Rules Checking for Missing Data|
tScriptRules supports a Run All mode which will run each rule against the input. The normal operation (Run All = false) will stop processing of a row on the first failure. In both cases, a row failure does not kill the job, but will carry on with the next row.
|Run All Option|
More Complicated Rule
|A More Complicated Example|