I've been having a problem in creating a pattern to remove, replace or capitalized a specific part of a word in a workflow.
All this time I'll just copy all the patterns of others in this forums to integrate on my workflows. But I think it's time to know how to do it. Also I'm really new to this environment so I'm really a beginner in this topic. I have this as an example
my desired output is:
Thanks in advance
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Hi Rogelio Tan,
Is this really wat you want? I have never met one company where for ALL employees the e-mail address contains the correct name. It sound more that you want the display name from employees based on the account name.
The following webtool will be useful for you when finding the right regular expression: RegExr: Learn, Build, & Test RegEx
Hi Rogelio, when you add a "people picker" type of field to something, the default is the "Login Name." You can change that to "Display Name" or Email Address. There's a little orange circle with fx in it that you click to pick
This is available for other column types too. From there, you can pick which format you want the information in:
you will have to learn it on your own, there isn't anything like builder.
search the internet, there are plenty of good references.
nintex uses .net regex parser, its reference you can find here .NET Framework Regular Expressions