matching_settings_using_models_without_mapping_entry_no_db

Back to `settings`{.interpreted-text role=“ref”} .

Matching settings

In the matching settings you can configure how matching works/your preferences. If you want to test your settings you can use the model matcher, see mapping tool `testmodelset`{.interpreted-text role=“ref”} .

![image](http://img.swift-project.org/Matching_settings1.png)

Reset matching script

Reset your settings (`reset all`) and save your settings.

![image](http://img.swift-project.org/matchingscript2.png)

![image](http://img.swift-project.org/matchingscript3.png)

Matching script

Matching script allows to apply your own matching logic, see `ms`{.interpreted-text role=“ref”}

Using models without DB entry

Using models without DB entries (i.e. without mappings) is not the recommend way. You can create mapping like described here: `createmappings`{.interpreted-text role=“ref”} .

However, if you want to use models without mappings:

- allow those to be used in the model set, so enable it in the mapping

  tool. This allows those models to be added in the model set

![image](http://img.swift-project.org/swiftdblogin.png)

- add the models you want to use in the model set - and in the pilot client enable those models to be considered in the

  matching

![image](http://img.swift-project.org/matchingsettings.png)

  • matching_settings_using_models_without_mapping_entry_no_db.txt
  • Last modified: 2020/08/21 11:37
  • by larst