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30-01-2020

Hi,

 

How could I combine two fields in enrichment activity in adobe campaign classic?

Please suggest.

 

Thanks

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31-01-2020

Hi @rupesh12 ,

 

you can use function JuxtWords(variable1,variable2).

If you need space between you can use function JuxtWords3(variable1,space string ,variable2).

 

Variables must be strings.

 

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The easiest way is in an expression field you can just do this:

@field1+@field2

 

The plus sign will concatenate for you.

 

You can also add strings to fields like this:

'string1'+@field1

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Either you can use JustWords function or Pipe to concatenate.

 

For example : Field1||Field2||Field3. if all are in same format. if anything is in different format - then convert them.

Field1||ToString(field2)||Field3

 

Hope this helps.