DREADDDATA/DatabaseFields
Type

String

Default

 

Description

Allows you to specify the fields that contain the name of the database in which you want the data to be stored.

If you want to specify multiple fields you must separate them with commas (there must be no space before or after a comma). You can use wildcards.

When identifying fields you should use the format /FieldName to match root-level fields, */FieldName to match all fields except root-level or /Path/FieldName to match fields that the specified path points to. If you just specify the field name, IDOL server automatically adds a */ to it.

If IDOL server's configuration file contains a field process that identifies a field from which IDOL server can read the data's destination database, the specified DatabaseFields fields override this.

If IDOL server's configuration file doesn't contain a field process that identifies the data's destination database, you must specify either DREDbName or DatabaseFields.

Example

DatabaseFields=Document/DREDBName,*/myDB

In this example, IDOL server indexes the document into the databases whose name is contained in any DREDBName field below the Document level and whose name is contained in any fields called myDB.

See also

DREDbName