ImportRefReplaceCSVs
 
Type

String

Default

 

Required

no

Description

Allows you to specify which parts of a document's reference you want to replace. Enter one or more strings that you want to be replaced with ImportRefReplaceWithCSVs. If you want to specify multiple strings, you must separate them with commas (there must not be any space before or after a comma).

Note:

You can use the following wildcards for ImportRefReplaceCSVs if you want to add the ImportRefReplaceCSVs strings to a document's reference instead of replacing it:

^     adds a string to the beginning of the document's reference.

$     adds a string to the end of the document's reference

Example

ImportRefReplaceCSVs=c:\inetpub\wwwroot,\
ImportRefReplaceWithCSVs=http://127.0.0.1/,/

In this example, every instance of the string c:\inetpub\wwwroot in the document's reference is replaced with http://127.0.0.1/ and every instance of the character \ is replaced with /.

Therefore, if the document's reference is c:\inetpub\wwwroot\products\public, it is imported as http://127.0.0.1/products/public.


ImportRefReplaceCSVs=^,$
ImportRefReplaceWithCSVs=http://www.,.com

In this example, the string http://www. is added to the beginning of the document's reference, and the string .com is added to the end of the document's reference.

Therefore, if the document's reference is autonomy, it is imported as http://www.autnomy.com.


See also

ImportRefReplaceWithCSVs