Do we treat special characters differently with a DCM than with an EDM. How would an EDM match
All non-asian content is tokenized using non-alphanumeric characters. This is the same for EDM or DCM. Asian content for an EDM tokenization is controlled by the indexed content: A sequence of asian characters is considered a token if the same sequence of characters was encountered in a database cell during indexing.
If you have a mix of alphanumeric and non-alphanumeric characters in a cell: eg “AAA BBB” or if you have a mix of asian and non asian characters in the same cell, then the contents of that cell will not be matched in a message.
This is a limitation of EDM in order to process double byte characters.
For an EDM,
!@#SSN*&^ will yield SSN as a token to match on.
Imported Document ID: TECH220012
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