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we are working the Visit-Entity from ClickDimensions. From every page we receive a URL which contain specific campaign Code in it. With this Code we want to connect the visit to the campaign for reporting reasons. Now we want to create a workflow which is able to split / separate last 16 characters from the URL, look after campaign with the Code and assign it to the visit. This should happen by creating a new visit.
Is there any function how can we separate last 16 characters from the URL?
Thank you in advance
You could create a custom workflow activity and move the logic there.
Then, add the workflow activity as a step to your workflow.
Hope this helps!
You could try using the RegEx Extract function from Jason Lattimer's String Workflow Utilities solution: github.com/.../releases
This would allow you to extract the string you're looking for.
I have used this in my environment to extract an error code from an error message, see below:
Thank you for this two possibilities. I’ll have a look which one is better for our Environment.
Hello Ryan, thank you for you Suggestion. How should the pattern look like in my case? CMP-XXX-XXXX?
You could use something like:
This looks for 3 capital letters, then 5 alphanumeric characters, then 6 alphanumeric characters, each separated by a hyphen
Thank you so much Ryan!
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