|Oracle® Enterprise Data Quality Capscan Matchcode Integration Guide
Release 11g R1 (188.8.131.52)
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Capscan Matchcode Integration Guide
Release 11g R1 (184.108.40.206)
Oracle Enterprise Data Quality (EDQ) includes a connector to the Capscan Matchcode API from GB Group. This API provides address verification and cleansing features. This document describes how to install the Capscan Matchcode libraries for integration with the EDQ connector, and is intended for system administrators responsible for installing and maintaining EDQ applications.
You must have the Capscan Matchcode software installed on a system that is accessible to the EDQ Application Server.
Integrate the Capscan Matchcode Libraries into EDQ as follows:
capscan.jar client API file from the Capscan Matchcode installation to the
capscan subdirectory of the EDQ local home directory. The location of the
capscan.jar file in a Capscan Matchcode installation depends on the installation platform; for example, it is located in the
Capscan\SDK\Matchcode client API\Java directory on Windows.
You can copy the
capscan.jar file to a directory other than the
capscan subdirectory of the EDQ local home directory. If you do so, you must edit the
capscan.jar property of the
capscan.properties file in the EDQ installation to specify the location of the file. If you specify a relative path, the path must be relative to one of the directories in the EDQ configuration path.
server.host property of the
capscan.properties file in the EDQ installation to refer to the system where Capscan Matchcode is running.
Restart the EDQ Application Server.
Various aspects of the Capscan Matchcode API behavior can be controlled using the
capscan.properties file, which is located in the
capscan subdirectory of the EDQ local home directory.
capscan.properties file allows you to set the following properties:
The location of the
capscan.jar client API file in the EDQ installation. If you specify a relative path, the path must be relative to one of the directories in the EDQ configuration path. The default value is the relative path
The IP address of the machine where Capscan Matchcode is running.
A timeout period, in seconds, after which the Capscan Matchcode API will abort the search and return (a timeout period of zero indicates that there is no time limit on searches).
The connection mode to use when communicating with the Capscan Matchcode API. The default connection mode is
CONNECTIONLESS. The remaining options are:
For information about these connection modes, refer to the Capscan Matchcode API documentation.
The number of connections that EDQ should make to the Capscan Matchcode API.
The number of threads that should be used when communicating with the Capscan Matchcode API.
The default contents of the
capscan.properties file are as follows:
# This configuration file is configuring the CapScan processor # to be able to communicate with the CapScan server # # Capscan server name server.host = 127.0.0.1 # # Connection timeout in seconds (0 means no time out) connection.timeout = 30 # # The connection type to make to the CapScan server. # Possible values are: # # CONNORIENTED # CONNECTIONLESS # STATELESS # WEBCONNECTION # ONDEMAND connection.type = CONNECTIONLESS # # The number of connections the director server should # make to the CapScan server number.capscan.connections = 1 # # The number of threads that should be used to # communicate with the CapScan server number.threads = 1
For more information, see the following documents in the Oracle Enterprise Data Quality documentation set:
Oracle Enterprise Data Quality Release Notes
Oracle Enterprise Data Quality Installation Guide
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Oracle Enterprise Data Quality Capscan Matchcode Integration Guide, Release 11g R1 (220.127.116.11)
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