This object gives access to the most recently extracted data record. This will most likely only be used in scripts that get accessed after each time an extractor pattern is applied. This object simply extends Hashtable (documentation on its methods can be found in Java's documentation).

The dataRecord is populated using the token names in the extractor patterns. You'll find a few of the most commonly used methods below. DataRecord objects can also be created from scratch, and subsequently added to DataSet objects using the addDataRecord method.

See example usage: Iterate over DataSets & DataRecords.