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Numeric Classifications in Classification Rule Builder

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13-11-2017

I have an evar that is a string packed with multiple values, such as "type:color:price".

I want to use the classification rule builder to divide that string into the the three classifications that I have for that evar; two strings and a numeric.

Is this possible?  The drop down in the rule builder doesn't list the numeric classification, but it does list the other two.

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14-11-2017

Dear Nik,

Got your point.

Hope Numeric 2 Classifications can be done only via Importer(SAINT). Check Numeric 2 Classifications .

Also, i saw the blog which says that "Only standard text classifications can be classified using the rule builder. Date-enabled, Numeric, Numeric 2 and child classifications cannot be classified with the rule builder.".

Blog Link : Rule-based Classifications (Part 3: How to build rules) | Adobe .

AbhijeetKMishra​ Please confirm!

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Thanks!

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14-11-2017

Hi,

Yes, Numeric2 classifications are currently not supported by RuleBuilder.

They can be classified using Classification importer only.

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14-11-2017

Thanks, I am using Regex to break up the string but I am unable to assign $3 to the desired classification.  The dropdown does not list numeric classifications, only the string based ones.

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13-11-2017

Hello Nik,

You can use RegEx to classify. Please go through Regular Expressions in Classification Rules to create your own RegEx. It has an example same as your case to understand better.

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