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  2. Use Regular Expression in Contains() or Snip()

    It would be really great to be able to match a pattern of text with regular expression in contains() and snip()

    For example, If I have a URL http://www.google.com/account/gmail/532905jfkdsa and http://www.google.com/account/maps/5723utiregmailfjdk

    If you use IF(contains("gmail",{url}),"Gmail","other")

    It will return gmail for both because both contain gmail even though I am only looking for /account/gmail.

    If I wanted to just find the account number (in this example) I could use something like /(\d+\w+)/g

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  3. IS IT POSSIBLE TO COMBINE A NUMERIC FIELD AND A TEXT FIELD INTO A SINGLE CALCULATED FIELD

    HAVE AN AUTOMATED NUMBER FIELD WITH A UNIQUE NUMBER FOR EACH RECORD, AND ANOTHER TEXT FIELD FOR LAST NAME. COMBINE THE TWO INTO ONE RECORD ID FIELD THAT CONTAINS THE NUMBER AND THE LAST NAME FOR EASIER IDENTIFICATION. I AM NEW TO THIS AND DID NOT SEE ANYTHING EXPLAINING WHETHER THIS COULD BE DONE IN THE KNOWLEDGEBASE

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  5. I need to copy an auto-generated numeric ID to a text field if a condition is met

    I have a checkbox in a table to deliniate a category: checked or not checked. If not checked, the record is an asset without a serial number. When not checked, I need TrackVia to copy the auto-generated numeric field (unique ID) for that record to a text field as a substitute for the serial number.

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  6. Returning Value based on date being between two dates

    I am trying to produce a formula to calculating carbon emissions factors.

    When inputting a new meter record I need the date to return a value if it is between two dates.

    I then need that value to be multiplied by the new meter value.
    For this to work I presume I am going to need to set up another table with all of the dates and values I want to be returned. But how do I lay the table out?
    Do I do a start date and end date? Month on Month?

    Really need some help on the formula…

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  7. Max Function and Dates

    I have a max function that returns the "highest", or most recent, date. However, what gets returned is the max date minus 1 day.

    For example, the highest date is 4/20/2014. But 4/19/2014 is returned.

    Is this a bug? Or how can I fix it?

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  8. Set starting number for auto counter?

    I have an existing auto incremented ID in my data, how do I set the starting point for an auto incremented field?

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  9. How to Return a 2-Digit Value for Date Formula "Month(date)" and "Day(date)"

    Using the month() and day() formula result in a single digit number returning. eg: January = 1.

    Is there a way to have a 2 digit value return for all?
    eg: January=01

    I'm trying to get a result of: 2014-01-15

    concatenate(year({Month Ending}),"-",month({Month Ending}),"-",day({Month Ending}))

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