Data Format Extension > Chain Configuration Recording Options

Enables you to add, delete, and modify chains, and to manage the DFEs that are included in the chains.

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Record > Recording Options > Data Format Extension > Chain Configuration

Important information
This node is available only for specific protocols. For a complete list of protocols and their associated nodes, see Protocol Compatibility Table.

User interface elements are described below:

UI Element
Description
Chains pane
Displays a list of the DFE chains that are defined for the script.
Add Chain. Enables you to add a new chain.
Edit Chain Name. Enables you to modify the name of the selected chain.
Delete Chain. Deletes the selected chain.
Chain: <chain name> pane
Add DFE. Enables you to add a DFE to the selected chain in the Chains pane. For more information on Data Format Extensions, see Data Format Extension List.

Edit DFE.For a Prefix Postfix Extension, edit the prefix and postfix to cut. For a GWT Extension, specify the classpath.
Add Custom Path. Lets you add a custom classpath for GWT. You can use this to specify Linux paths. For example, /tmp/stockwatcher.war.
Delete DFE. Deletes the selected DFE from the chain.
Move Up/Down. Moves the selected Data Format Extension up or down in the chain. Extensions are run in the order in which they appear in the extensions list.
Name
The display name of the Data Format Extension.
Tag
The unique ID of the extension.
Provider
The creator of the Data Format Extension.
Continue Processing
Determines how the chain behaves after the DFE is applied:
  • True:

    The data is passed on to the next DFE in the chain, whether or not the data was converted.

  • False:

    If the DFE converted the data that it received, the chain is terminated - no further DFEs are applied to the data.

    If the DFE did not convert the data that it received, the data is passed on to the next DFE in the chain.

Note: If the chain contains only a single DFE, the Continue Processing setting is not significant.

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