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ThingFinder Customization

ThingFinder Customization

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BOZ230 - TA210 - ThingFinder Customization

This course provides you with an overview of the ThingFinder Customization functionality.
The course includes an introduction to the ThingFinder Workbench, step-by-step instructions for creating custom extraction rules and name catalogs using the ThingFinder Workbench and detailed instructions for using the Custom Grouper User Language.
After completing this course, you will be able to:
Describe the ThingFinder Workbench;
Define the process for creating rules using ThingFinder Workbench;
Identify how to create and modify name catalogs;
Describe the capabilities of CGUL;
Describe how to create entity rules.


Introduction to Customization
Determining if customization is needed for ThingFinder
Configuration Adjustments
Configuration files that can be modified
ThingFinder Workbench 2.1
Describe the purpose of ThingFinder Workbench
Describe the features of ThingFinder Workbench
Identify process for creating rules in ThingFinder workbench
Hands-on exercises to create simple rules
Name Catalog Concepts
Define name catalogs
Identify name catalog concepts
Describe use of wildcards in name catalogs
Creating Name Catalogs with ThingFinder Workbench
Creating name catalogs
Compiling name catalogs in ThingFinder Workbench
Testing name catalogs in ThingFinder Workbench
Hands-on exercises to create name catalogs
Creating Name Catalogs using a Text Editor
Describe the process for creating name catalogs with a text editor
Identify the syntax for the name catalog compiler command line
Introduction to CGUL Language
What is CGUL?
Describe the rule-writing process
Using Markup
Hands-on exercises playing with Markup
A Simple Rule Example
Steps for creating rules using Graphical Editor and Text Editor
Hands-on exercises creating Hello World rules
CGUL Building Blocks
Key elements used to write CGUL rules
Components of tokens
#define (aka Character Patterns)
Define the purpose of #define
Using the #define in rules
Hands-on exercises creating and using #define directive
Token Groups and Subgroups
Describe token groups and subgroups
Describe how to use token groups and subgroups in rules
Hands-on exercises creating sub-rules and rules
Defining Lexicons (aka Wordlists)
Describe lexicons
Using lexicons in ThingFinder Workbench
Hands-on exercises using lexicons
Defining Scope
Purpose of scope
Scope syntax
Paragraph filter
Expression Markers
What are expression markers?
Using expression markers in CGUL
Hands-on exercises creating rules with expression markers
CGUL Miscellany
Block markers
Key/Value pairs
Character classifiers
Final hands-on exercise
Deploying CGUL Rules
CGUL rules

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