Please suggest how I can create a rule which have double or triple dots (...) in the text. For example the rule is :
If input variable = "Ford..." then
set flag = true.
I previously asked similar questions related to single quote in input text (link given below). However I am not sure how I can escape three consecutive dots using backslash.
This issue had been identified as a bug and will be resolved in hotfix 22.214.171.124. Please consult Support if you want this release made available to you as soon as it comes out.
No special syntax or escape characters are needed. As with all strings, in Corticon you use single quotes. See below:
I want to implement multiple rules using the text having dots. Something like below. Please suggest.
That seems invalid syntax which is odd. I'd say everything between the ' should be considered as text. I'll check with Engineering why Corticon doesn't allow for the dots in the condition values.
This is a bug, it should be allowed. What version of Corticon are you using?
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This version doesn't allow it too.
'..' Not valid (2 or more dots not allowed)
Says "Invalid Expression"