Match a condition As part of creating or modifying a pattern, you can use the Match operation to specify conditions that the discovery process must meet to continue. If these conditions are not met, the discovery process terminates. Before you begin Navigate to the relevant pattern step: On the pattern form: Select the relevant identification section for Discovery.Or Select the relevant identification or connection section for Service Mapping. Select the relevant pattern step or click to add a step. Role required: pd_admin Basic knowledge of programming is desirable. Procedure Select Match from the Operation list. In the first condition field, enter the required value. You can use an actual string or a variable. You can also use values from temporary tabular variables: from a specific field or a specific column in a table sequentially, starting from the first row. For more information, see Enter values and variables in patterns. Select an operator from the list. To add more conditions, click the plus icon and define the criteria. If there are multiple conditions, select All or Any from the Meet list, if they must meet all or any of them. If in Debug mode, test the step by clicking Test and checking that the operation brings the result you expected. Example This operation is used in This item Hierarchy Applications > Business Integration Software CI Type IBM WMB HTTP Listener Pattern WMB HTTP Listener On Unix Pattern Section Identification for HTTP Step number and Name 1. Check process name to match http lstnr During discovery of an IBM WMB HTTP Listener, use the Match operation to check the process name. What to do next Continue editing the pattern by adding a new step and defining its operation or Finalize the pattern.