A matching table is composed of 2 columns: Key standing for the IN value to check, and Value standing for the associated value when OUT.
To create a matching table, you can go to Data Management > Configuration > Matching tables and click on the "Create a matching table" button. You can then name it and specify if its keys are case-sensitive or not.
To fill in the matches you can rely on 2 ways:
- Add a line (easy for a quick edition)
- Import a csv file (helpful for a massive mapping addition)
Once your line is added, you can edit it at anytime by clicking on the steering wheel at the end of the line or delete the line by clicking on the bin icon.
You can change the name of the table by clicking on the pencil icon next to the name.
A matching table can be used in an action of a property rule based on the action Replace > Matching table.
You can delete the matching table of your choice if it not used in any rule.
Otherwise, you need to withdraw the matching table from the rule first before deleting it.