I have a Multi Line Column with:
To this Multiline Column I'd like to add a new row ("D").
I do this with "build string".
It work's great, BUT the "old" Line Breaks (between A / B and C) are gone and the result is:
Any idea what I'm doing wrong?
@Kronwied ....what's the syntax in build string to append the value?
thank you for the answer. Currently it looks like this:
The Variable "Titel_Änderung_laufend" is the current value of the MLT column. I then add the break and the "new" value.
Problem is that the Line breaks in the Variable "Titel_Änderung_laufend" (so the old value) disapears after this task.
See screenshots attached before/after:
Hope I could explain it right :)
@kunalpatel Do you see any error in here? Thank you!
@Kronwied .....Your screenshot is little confusing for me due to language barrier.....but may I know what type of MLT list column you're having? Is it plain text, rich text or enhanced rich text?
@kunalpatel Enhanced rich text...
@kunalpatel Can it be that the task "string" deletes every Line Break?
@Kronwied ....I've tested on my end where I'm storing something in my workflow variable and appending it to my MLT column and it's working for me without any issue. I cannot re-create your issue !!!
@kunalpatel Thanks for the answer...!
Maybe I have another important info:
I'm creating the line breaks with "<br/>"
Maybe those are deleted with my string-task?
@Kronwied ...did you try using "new line" option under Common tab?
@kunalpatel Yes.... but unfortunately that's not working for the MLT column. That's because I'm using the "<br/>" -> that's working fine. (To create the multi lines in the first place)
But the I take the existing value and try to attach another line (as seen in the screenshot) and after that my original line breaks are gone...
@Kronwied....what if you save existing field value in a variable and then use both variables in build string ?
I am a little late to the game. but in a recent post I made I am using HTML in rich text fields with variables. I was able to maintain the HTML. take a look at the post and let me know if you have any questions.