you have to fetch the text out of the whole box (all key/values in one string). after that you can split the key/values by new line and colon.
System.Text.RegularExpressions.Regex.Split(input.ToString,Environment.NewLine + "|:")
You can think about to use either the quick&dirty version and use e.g. idx=1 for the value of the client’s-id or load the key/values into a dictionary to be sure the client-id/name/client-country has always the same ordering and no field will be added in future.
Thanks mwerner .i am getting this value using screen scraping .Could you please help me to extract all the needed information from this data .Here is my screenshot
Thanks sreekanth .i am getting this value using screen scraping .Could you please help me to extract all the needed information from this data .Here is my screenshot
Use Get text activity @Amit_Malik,Then convert it to string.Then use
Id is the extracted ClientId.You can extract name and country in the same way
i am getting this
txt is the variable which you extracted using gettext,so did you pass the same variable
yes,i passed the same variable that i got from gettext activity
Can you share screenshot of your workflow
here it is.acmetest.xaml (6.7 KB)
@Amit try to assign to variables and then perform substring on thiss variable
it is still not working:(
Can you please explain me , how you made these statements, so that I can do it myself for Client Name and Country.
For Posting an example, I have found it myself for Name and Country.
Hi Prabu, could you please specify that what is “tempid”? Thx!
For performing String Manipulation, I have created a temporary int32 variable “tempid” and “temp” is the output of the GetText Activity.And assign it like below:
tempid=temp.IndexOf(“Client Name”)-temp.IndexOf(“Client ID”)
Thank you Prabu!~