Andreas Thiel commented on UIMA-5723:

Thank you Peter for looking into the issue. With a reduced system, I now also 
get the "correct" behavior. But I have not yet figured out why the full system 
behaves like reported above. I will try to investigate further and report back.

I would also be very interested in more details on the alternative to MARKLIST 
and MARKTABLE you mentioned, although it is not yet part of UIMA/Ruta. 

> MARKTABLE fails to assign feature for single word entry in first CSV column
> ---------------------------------------------------------------------------
>                 Key: UIMA-5723
>                 URL: https://issues.apache.org/jira/browse/UIMA-5723
>             Project: UIMA
>          Issue Type: Bug
>          Components: Ruta
>    Affects Versions: 2.6.1ruta
>            Reporter: Andreas Thiel
>            Assignee: Peter Kl├╝gl
>            Priority: Major
> When using Ruta's MARKTABLE action with a CSV file {{nl_law_names.csv}} like 
> this
> {code:xml}
> Wet arbeidsongeschiktheidsverzekering zelfstandigen;WAZELF
> {code}
> and corresponding Ruta script containing these lines
> {code:java}
> WORDTABLE LawNameTable = 'nl_law_names.csv';
> Document{->MARKTABLE(WetNaam, 1, LawNameTable, "WetIdentifier" = 2)};
> {code}
> it seems that the text {{WAZ}} is detected, but the {{WetIdentifier}} feature 
> of the resulting annotation is not filled by the string following the 
> semicolon. Instead, it remains empty.
> (Note: _WetNaam_ annotation is defined elsewhere via type system description)
> In contrast, the fully written name {{Wet arbeidsongeschiktheidsverzekering 
> zelfstandigen}} is detected and processed as expected with feature 
> WetIdentifier = WAZELF after annnotating.
> Could it be that problems arise when only a single word (i.e. no spaces or 
> uppercase letters following lowercase chars) is present in the first column 
> in the CSV file? Or is it a matter of configuration?
> We experimented also with the optional arguments of MARKTABLE regarding 
> uppercase/lowercase distinction, but to no avail.

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