Properties set by conditions have incorrect values
If a property set by conditions does not have the correct value, the .csv file specified in a step based on the SetJobPropsFromConditions step template might not have the correct logic.
- Open the .csv file with a text editor.Important: Do not edit a .csv file with a spreadsheet program, such as Microsoft Excel. The spreadsheet program might interpret any expressions in the file as formulas.
- Examine the logic in the .csv file.For example, the file contains this logic:
If the postal software address correction return code = 200 and the address cleansing return code =100, then set the Processing category job property to Qualified.
If the postal software address correction return code = 300 and the address cleansing return code = 100, then set the Processing category job property to Non-Qualified.
If the postal software returns a value for the address correction return code that is not 200 or 300 or an address cleansing return code that is not 100, no value is set for the Processing category job property.
- Correct each logic problem that you identify. Then use the Process again action to rerun the SetDocPropsFromConditions step that uses this CSV file.