Pentaho:Global Verify Tutorial
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The following steps will guide you in the basic usage of Global Verify.
To add Global Verify to your project, drag the component onto the Data Flow screen. This will snap the Global Verify Component into your workflow space.
Select a data flow source for your input data. Many formats can be used as sources, including Excel files, flat files or Access Input data sources. Connect this data source to the Global Verify Component by dragging the arrow from your data flow source to the Global Verify Component.
Double click the Global Verify Component to bring up the interface.
Click the Advanced Configuration button on the bottom of the window.
Set up the Global Verify Advanced Configuration. See Advanced Configuration.
Map the input and output fields for the Name tab.
Map the input for Global Address Input Fields. At least one Address Line and the country is required. Locality, Administrative Area, and Postal code are recommended if available.
Address Output Columns
You can map outputs to existing fields or create new ones.
Additional Address Output
Map the additional address output fields.
Select the existing field names using the dropdown box or create new ones.
Select the email input column, and choose names for the output columns. You can also choose your mailbox verifications options.
Pass-Through Columns Tab
Click on Get Fields to retrieve column names. You may choose which columns to pass through to the data file and which fields to filter out.
Output Filter Tab
You can specify the filter from the drop down or you can also create your own custom filter.
Add data destinations for downstream output. Connect the respective output filter pin to the output destination.
Click File and select Save as to save the project.
Now, the project is ready to run. It is possible to observe in real time as records flow from your input source through the Global Verify Component and pipe output source depending on the filtering options.