LookupWriter

Used for writing entries to new or existing lookups

What it does

A reference to the most recent interaction in the incoming context is preserved in:

Upon initialization, a LookupWriter will erase any previous lookups with the same name.

How it works

Read about Lookups

Settings

lookupkeyname name of the keywords-field in the most recent interaction in context
lookupname name of the lookup to write to
metaname name of the meta-field in the most recent interaction, this is typically a unique identity field, and will be used as such
keywordsplitregex regular expression indicating how the keywords-field in the most recent interaction should be pulled apart into seperate keywords (every matching group will become a keyword)
splitkeywords a boolean value indicating whether or not keyword-fields should be split at all, when indexing

Branches

None.