Here we will demonstrate how CABAM uses Record Completeness to discover whether all the fields within a particular record have been completed adequately by ensuring that a specified group of fields is fully populated or identifying nulls in a group of mandatory fields. This is to avoid incomplete records that cause errors in downstream processes or inaccurate reporting.
We are trying to make sure that all the mandatory fields or required fields are populated. If one of them is missing, then the record is invalid. For example, if we have a table of data with required fields such as Invoice Number, Customer ID and Amount and one of these fields is missing, CABAM will flag it and mark it as an anomaly.