Delimiters that are handled in SCE as part of de-batch
Pega Smart Claims Engine for Healthcare currently handles multiple delimiters to be part of a single file as shown below.
|ASCII control characters||Status||ASCII printable||Status|
|00NULL(Null character)||Working||32space||Out of scope|
|01SOH(Start of Header)||Working||33!||Working|
|02STX(Start of Text)||Working||34"||Working|
|03ETX(End of Text)||Working||35#||Working|
|04EOT(End of Trans.)||Working||36$||Working|
|14SO(Shift Out)||Working||46(.)||Out of scope|
|16DLE(Data link escape)||Working||480||Out of scope|
|17DC1(Device control 1)||Working||491||Out of scope|
|18DC2(Device control 2)||Working||502||Out of scope|
|19DC3(Device control 3)||Working||513||Out of scope|
|20DC4(Device control 4)||Working||524||Out of scope|
|21NAK(Negative acknowl.)||Working||535||Out of scope|
|22SYN(Synchronous idle)||Working||546||Out of scope|
|23ETB(End of trans. block)||Working||557||Out of scope|
|24CAN(Cancel)||Working||568||Out of scope|
|25EM(End of medium)||Working||579||Out of scope|
Pega Smart Claims Engine for Healthcare considers the below ASCII delimiter formats in the files received, all those highlighted are considered as delimiters and are working as expected. Multi-character delimiters are not acceptable; only single delimiter will be accepted.
All the below highlighted single character delimiters are verified and considered as acceptable as delimiters in Pega Smart Claims Engine for Healthcare.
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