This feature gives us a flexibility to store and retrieve numerous valid regex patterns, categorized under their specific purposeful regex groups in an application level common regex pool.

There are two aspects of this feature:

  • To Add/Edit/Delete regex patterns from Regex pool.
  • Select a regex pattern from Regex pool.

Some regex patterns under their respective regex groups are provided in installed version for use.

Regex Pool Configuration

User can enter into regex pool configuration under :[Batch Class List]>>[Batch Class]>>[Document Type]




On click of RegEx Pool Configuration user enters the regex pool configuration area.

Regex Group Configuration

Add/Edit/Delete Regex Group

Regex group containing a list of regex patterns can be added/updated/deleted by clicking corresponding button at following UI:




Upon clicking the add/edit button, following UI will be presented where user can add/edit regex group fields:





This configuration is specific to a regex group in regex pool.


Configurable property Type of value Value options Description
RegEx group Name String NA A unique name of the group of certain kind of regex patterns.


Regex Pattern selection from Regex Pool

The regex patterns defined in the regex pool can be used for regex pattern selection at different locations in Batch class Management tab wherever some field exists that accepts a regex pattern.

Sample location is like on adding a new validation pattern for a document index level field:




Click on the button shown for select regex pattern. It opens a dialog box showing list of all regex groups available from regex pool:




Select one regex group and either double click on a regex pool or click on OK button to go to for selection amongst list of regex patterns for selected regex group. Another dialog box opens above previous dialog box as shown below:




Select one regex pattern and either double click on a regex pool or click on OK button to select that regex pattern. The selected regex pattern is automatically validated and gets populated in the textbox, as shown below:





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