Dictionaries and regular expressions

You can include a dictionary in a regular expression to find composite expressions that also contain words.

When a dictionary is included, the dictionary performs a fuzzy search that can return partial matches. For example, if the dictionary includes "b" and "all", this can match "allow", "all", and "ball".

Dictionaries can also be used in Regular Expression Validation methods to validate composite expressions that may also contain the contents of a dictionary.

Important Validation methods that use dictionaries are not supported in Thin Client Correction. As a result, if you use a validation method that contains a dictionary, any field that fails the validation method in Thin Client Correction needs to be manually overridden by the correction user in order to complete the batch.