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SAP unable to compare the text strings properly

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Hi Team,

SAP-GTS is unable to compare the text strings properly for blocked partner,can anybody help me to resolve this issue.I performed simulation process in test system it is not working in my system.

I have made the typo error in the above business partner for testing purpose during simulation process but GTS unable to capture the Business partner as blocked.What might be the major cause for this and how to correct it?

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Hi Vinay,

Depending on the Comparison procedure you are using for SPL, the outcome of the SPL can be different.

From the example you gave, I am guessing that you are using the "standard" GTS Search comparison procedure. With this procedure, the word matching is only working with the "word within a word" principle.

In your example, if you add a character at the beginning or the end of the searched term, then the match is possible as a "word" can be found within another "word" (e.g. Malek <-> xMalek or Malek <-> Malek9) . If you add or delete a character in the middle of the word, then the "word within a word" search principle is not possible anymore.

I would suggest considering changing the comparison procedure to "TREX search" or "HANA search" if possible to get the desired outcome of SPL check.

Hope this helps.