Ignoring restrictions

There might be instances when you do not require the data for an item to match any of its restrictions. Suppose you defined restrictions for your data, but you want to run a test on some test data, and you do not want to use the restrictions for this time only. You can ignore the restrictions for a given execution of a map.

In another example, you have a list of valid part numbers that can appear in any data circulated within your company. Suppose you receive data from some other company in the same format as your internal data. The other company may be using different part numbers, so you do not want to make their data conform to the restrictions. When you map the other company's data, you could ignore the restrictions.

For instructions on ignoring restrictions during map execution, see Map Designer and Command Server documentation.