SourceCodeSpecification document (Data API 20.9)

Document representing a source code specification

Property Type Constraints Description
expression String  

Expression is a value for the "Source Code Specification" may be a literal source code, or it may contain wildcards.

A literal code is simply the literal code. Valid characters are letters and numbers (no spaces).

A wildcard allows a single source code specification to match multiple source codes. The following wildcards are supported:

  • ? - Matches any single alpha-numeric character. For example: the source code specification 'ABC?' would match 'ABCD' or 'ABC3', but not 'ABCDE'.
  • * - Matches any sequence of alpha-numeric characters. For example: the source code specification 'ABC*' would match 'ABCD', 'ABCDE', or 'ABC123'.
  • [n1..n2] - Matches any number from n1 through and including n2. For example: the source code specification 'ABC[3..22]' would match 'ABC3', 'ABC4' or 'ABC22', but not 'ABC33' or 'ABCD'.
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