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Get all item of a list séparated by a ";" (ex: toto;tutu;tata)

Question asked by guillaume64 on Apr 26, 2016
Latest reply on Apr 27, 2016 by philipplucas

Hi guys !

 

Since you've the best answers I've received about my problems on Nintex, here I come again !

 

here is my problem:

 

I have a list of items (that I've saved in a variable called listOne) and it looks like this :  toto;tutu;tata

What I would like to do is:

- retrieve toto from listOne

- do a special action with my "toto" (like create a new element in another application list.. .but this step is pretty easy )

 

THEN

- retrieve tata from listOne

- do the same thing with tutu

 

ETC ... for each item

 

What I've tried so far :

 

I used the "Reg expr" action to isolate the first item of my listOne with the option "Extract" , like that:

     - reg expr: ^[\w\d .]+    (it works fine)

     - input text: listOne

     - save the result in: list_expr

 

it worked, I retrieved toto from my listOne in the variable "list_expr"  BUT... (here is the problem) once toto is Extracted from listOne, listOne is empty ! so with my empty list, I cannot retrieve tutu and tata...

 

Why does the "extract" option empty my listOne ?

What is the solution to this problem ?

 

kisses,

Guillaume

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