Compares two texts based on a given criteria and determine if:
1. Text 1 is an exact match to Text 2 or
2. Text 1 is contained in Text 2
Common use cases
Inputs (what you have)
The source text to be compared
The criteria to be used for the comparison
Is contained in
The reference text (i.e. to be compared against)
See more examples in the How it works section below.
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Set 'True' if the text case is to be ignored and 'False' when the case will be considered. For instance, 'True', if car=Car=CAR
Note: The value of inputs can either be a set value in the configuration of the Wrk Action within the Wrkflow, or a variable from the Data Library section. These variables in the Data Library section are the outputs of previous Wrk Actions in the Wrkflow.
Outputs (what you get)
This status is selected if the text compared fulfills the provided criteria
This status is selected if the text compared does not meet the provided criteria
This status is selected in the event of the following scenarios:
- If the statement doesn't make sense or the value to be compared with is empty.
How it works
The text 1 "car" matches "car" - the outcome should be - Yes
The text 1 "boat" is contained in text 2 "boat, car, bike, train". or "boat" is a part of the "boat, car , bike, train" and therefore the outcome should be - Yes
The text 1 "boat" is not contained in or matches text 2 "car is a vehicle" and therefore the outcome should be - No
(The text 1 has to be contained within the text 2).