This filter splits the input string around specified single-character delimiters and generates RRT for each split parts.
|Field name||Enter the field name of the FRTN generated by the filter.|
|Input||Enter the input string to be split into parts. Commonly, RRT is used in this text box.|
|Delimiters||Specify the single-character delimiters. The delimiters should be entered in this text box one after another without spaces; for example, ;|,. You can use RRT in this text box. If no delimiter is specified, then the result of splitting will consist of only one part that is a whole input string.|
|Match case||If this check box is selected, then the comparison of the input string characters with the delimiter characters is case-sensitive. Otherwise, it is case-insensitive.|
|Fail job if input/output is invalid||If this check box is selected, the component will reject the current job if the input is empty.|
~DFT::%field name, N%~ is replaced with the N-th part of the input string after splitting.
The examples of the filter usage:
Match case: unselected
Assuming that ~ACC::UserName~ is replaced with "User1", and ~ACC::CompanyName~ is replaced with "Company1", the string will be split into three parts and the generated RRTs will be replaced with the following values:
- empty string
Match case: selected
The string will be split into five parts and the generated RRTs will be replaced with the following values: