EntityN

A comma-separated list of entities to extract. Entities are defined in the resource file identified in the ResourceFiles parameter. Replace N with the zero-based rank of the entity.

You must associate each entity with a field by using the EntityFieldN parameter.

You cannot use the entity name entities/ZoneStartN or entities/ZoneEndN (where N is a numeric value). These entity names are reserved for use by Eduction.

If you do not define an EntityN parameter, Eduction looks for all entities in all loaded grammar files. In this case, the EntityFieldN settings are automatically generated from the entities found in grammar files by converting the entity names to uppercase and replacing slashes with an underscore. For example, if the entity edk_common_entities/place is found, Eduction generates the entity field: EDK_COMMON_ENTITIES_PLACE.

If you want to use several entities, you can use wildcard expressions instead of typing a lengthy comma-separated list. For example:

Entity0=place/city1/*,place/city2/*
EntityField0=CITY
Entity1=place/*/spabo
EntityField1=BOLIVIAN_PLACE

You can use the * wildcard to match any number of characters, or the ? wildcard to match a single character.

Type: String
Default: None
Required: No
Configuration Section: Any section that you have defined for Eduction settings.
Example:
Entity0=edk_common_entities/ss_number
EntityField0=SOCIAL_SECURITY_NUMBER
EntityZone0=0
Entity1=edk_common_entities/postal_address
EntityField1=SHIPPING_ADDRESS
EntityZone1=1
ZoneStart0=Social Security:
ZoneEnd0=Shipping Address
ZoneStart1=Shipping Address:
ZoneEnd1=Billing Address
See Also:

EntityFieldN

EntityMinScoreN

EntitySearchFieldsN


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