CAUAJM_E_19029 Invalid JIL keyword value on "notification_emailaddress? attribute

Document ID : KB000039835
Last Modified Date : 14/02/2018
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Introduction:

When trying to define email addresses with special characters like GSD&NYPCRisk@dtcc.com, fake--address@madeup.com, the insert job jil will show the following error:

CAUAJM_E_19029 Invalid JIL keyword value "GSD&NYPCRisk@dtcc.com" for keyword "notification_emailaddress". The value must be a one or more valid

Email addresses separated by ";" or ",".

 

Question:

Why do email addresses with special characters like "&" , “- - “ get rejected with errors?

 

Environment:

CA Workload Automation AE r11.3.5 and r11.3.6+

 

Answer:

Most companies do not support special characters in their email addresses. CA has intentionally added special character restrictions on email addresses.

Here are our rules/requirements: 

1. Email address can contain alpha-numeric chars 

2. Email address can contain dot(.), hypen(-), underscore(_) 

3. Entries defined in #2 cannot be used as consecutive chars 

4. Only one "@" symbol can be used. 

 

5. The "@" symbol cannot be preceded or followed by a char defined in #2.