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your search expression does not match the example value, that is the reason why RUEI objects to it.
Input value: ORA_UCM_INFO=5~DVJ88287~John~Doeemail@example.com~USA~en~33~44~5~~1;The Search expression looks for a literal ~ and matches everything between those.
Search expression: %~%~%~%~%~%
User ID: %5
The first % wildcard (%1) is filled with ORA_UCM_INFO=5
The second % wildcard (%2) is filled with DVJ88287
The third % wildcard (%3) is filled with John
The fourth % wildcard (%4) is filled with Doe
The fifth % wildcard (%5) is filled with firstname.lastname@example.org
The sixth % wildcard (%6) is filled with USA~en~33~44~5~~1;
Remember that you can only use and fill up to nine (%9) wildcards placeholders.
Note that you can open the details of the rule check dialog (see Figure 8-14 below) in order to see the resulting wildcards being filled.
Note that it might be easier to start with only one or two wildcards and expand from there.
Please let others know, if you have a working solution to this example, as you may easily spot some typos in those rules.
Edited by: sthieme on Dec 4, 2012 2:11 PM
Thanks for that tip. With my colleague's help, I got the solution. Let me share the working solution to this.
Test input value:
User ID: %5
%5 will return email@example.com
%4 will return Justin
I have marked this question as answered!
Thanks again, Stefan.
Yes there are some special characters which may need escaping.
Indeed the tilde character (~) is regarded as a literal space by the matching rules internally, therefor it has to be escaped as you did with backslash tilde (\~).
Well done! Thanks again for providing a working solution to this example. We should ask the documentation to be updated to correct the example.