Value Mapping FAQs

Updated Jul 17, 2020

  1. Can I create one:many or many:many value mappings?   Yes!  for example a one:many operates as if A then B and C where B and C are both simultaneously set upon A occurring.  This is a common setup and can be done simply by adding more column headers (Fields) .
  2. Do value mappings need to be the same data type? i.e. string?  Yes.
  3. How do I delete a Pass Thru mapping?  Simply hover over the mapping.  A trashcan icon  will appear on the mapping.  Click "Delete Mapping" to completely delete mapping.
  4. What happens if I accidentally delete a value mapping?   Don't worry.  Simply navigate to the Audit Trail and copy the deleted values.  Re-paste CTRL+V them in to a new mapping.
  5. Is there any difference between doing Passthrough Mappings from the Mapping or Fields screen? No.
  6. Can I change the data type of a field, if the field is used in a mapping/rule? No.
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