On definition lines, filters and output conditions can be applied. This makes it possible to decide what to show and what not to show in your output.
Filters can be added on DataItem level only. They can contain constant values combined with comparison symbols (such as: >,<,<>,=,&,|,*.
Additionaly it is possible to use variables and temporary values. In temporary values are used. that will be set during the creation of the export data. only temporary values that will be set within the filtered record can be used.
Use [ ] around the temporary value code. Also for variables, use the [ ] signs. To learn more about variables, check the Values chapter.
Output Conditions (Only available for XML and JSON export)
Output conditions can be used to conditionaly show or not show elements in the output. They can be used on DataItem level and on Field level.
Alike the filters, temporary values can be used as well as variables and constants.
|Specifies how to compare the values||Value to compare with.||If Value is a temporary value, it will be compared with Value 2.|
So, in case only the value field is filled, the current field value (of the line that is being processed), will be compared to the value is the value field.
If however there is also a value present in the Value 2 field, nothing will be done with the current field value. Instead, the Value will be compared with Value 2.
This is only possible in case Value is a temporary value.
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