When an argument is invalid

If an argument of a functional map in a rule is invalid, no card is created for that argument. You must fix the map rule and try the wizard again.

For example, the following invalid rule for DelimitedRecord(s) is entered:

=RecordMap (FixedRecord)

The object name for FixedRecord is invalid because FixedRecord is a component of Input. The rule should be:

= RecordMap (FixedRecord:Input)

The type cannot be determined for the input card, because the object name in the map rule is incorrect. When invalid arguments exist, close the Functional Map Wizard dialog box and fix the map rule.

Select the invalid card, and click the Info button to view the message. The invalid argument message is corrected by editing the map rule that calls the functional map.