Hello stranger, long time! :)
Technically you ~can~ use RegEx to figure out numeric levels, but as RegEx is meant for text and not numbers, it gets hairy quick (here's a glimpse if you're brave: http://www.regular-expressions.info/numericranges.html).
A much better solution is using ImportOmatic's API. Given a profile like this small sample:
You could create a Virtual Field to be the Letter Code and create a function like this to determine the value based on Column C (gift amount):
Here's the code in text form, hope this helps!
Public Function ComputedColumn_635918705544961467( _
ByVal oField as ImportOM.API.iField, _
ByVal Cancel As ImportOM.API.iCancel) As String
'This function must return a text value
Dim sReturn As String = ""
Select Case True
sReturn = "copper"
Case val(ofield.Value) >= 1000 And val(ofield.Value)
sReturn = "silver"
Case val(ofield.Value) >= 5000
sReturn = "gold"
Thanks Jeff! This is great!
Hope all is well :)
We would like to translate the gift amount (by dollar range) into specific letter codes. For example:
Gift Amount $1.00 - $1000 = General Thank You Letter
Gift Amount $1001 - $5000 = Special Thank You Letter
Gift Amount > $5001 = Major Donor Thank You Letter
Can RegEx be used to identify ranges like this??
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