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Using "0" in classifications

naveenk95443644
Level 1
Level 1

Hello World!!

I recently came across a scenario wherein an eVar variable receiving the value of 0 (numeric zero) was classified as 'unspecified'. I searched for documentation to get this fixed and came across two possible solutions.

1. Implement alternative values (replace '0' with 'zero')

2. Using some processing rule

Src: Using "0" in classifications

I came across a possible solution which has been fixed for my test scenario and is working as expected. I concatenated with an empty character whenever '0' was encountered which solved it.
I used a soft hyphen character (https://www.online-toolz.com/tools/character-map-unicode-symbol.php?chid=00AD)

Hope this helps in your scenarios.

1 Reply
vijayaveenab130
Level 2
Level 2

Hey, Can you please show the example for how you did the concatenation? Where do you do the concatenation?

Thanks in Advance.