Restrict Incoming records by conditions in tmap Expression filter

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Restrict Incoming records by conditions in tmap Expression filter

I want to ignore those rows having "UNITED STATES" and pass through those are not "UNITED STATES"

 

When i tried using tmap with condition as below , i  still see values having UNITED STATES 

 

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Re: Restrict Incoming records by conditions in tmap Expression filter

Hi,

 

Please try below.

 

countryFilter.PNGcountryFilter1.PNG

Regards,

Veeru Boppudi

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Re: Restrict Incoming records by conditions in tmap Expression filter

Hi,

 

Please try below.

 

countryFilter.PNGcountryFilter1.PNG

Regards,

Veeru Boppudi

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Re: Restrict Incoming records by conditions in tmap Expression filter

I tried out still not working 

 

below is my entire flow 

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Re: Restrict Incoming records by conditions in tmap Expression filter

Please post tMap configuration.

 

Regards,

Veeru Boppudi
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Re: Restrict Incoming records by conditions in tmap Expression filter

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Re: Restrict Incoming records by conditions in tmap Expression filter

HI,

please check source data. if you have any spaces for country name and trim before comparing.

 

Regards,

Veeru Boppudi

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