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Conditional processing

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Cloud Cruiser provides a set of processing filters and constructs for conditional processing of records. If a filter is set, then only records that meet filter criteria are processed. Records that do not satisfy the filter will pass through without modification.

There are conditional filters that deal with a single criterion. Individual conditional filters can be negated by means of a negate property with the syntax:

<property name="negate" value="true|false" />

When your filter criteria are more complex, you can apply multiple filters together using the filter group CCRecordFilterGroup.

For a list of all filters and detailed reference information about them, see Filters.

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