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Re: Use of Sub-item option inside Query activity - Adobe Campaign Standard 09-02-2018
Thank you so much. Will check it out for sure, and post any additional questions I may have.

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Re: What does $ mean? - Adobe Campaign Standard 09-02-2018
Hi,Thank you for the reply. I think your reply's accurate.So the body script for the vlookup function as I have it:body="vlookup($lookup_value, $Table_array, $Col_index_num, $Range_lookup)"/>is incorrect. As the vlookup as 4 arguments, the body script should be instead:body="vlookup($1, $2, $3, $4)"/>And during the function call, I would simply pass the column fields or xpath name that corresponds to each argument, i.e., since the vlookup syntax is: vlookup(lookup_value, Table_array, Col_index_n...

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Use of Sub-item option inside Query activity - Adobe Campaign Standard 05-02-2018
Can anyone give an example of how one would use a sub-item inside the Add data/edit additional data option the query activity?As per Adobe's documentation, the add sub-item option lets you attach computed data to the collection. This lets you select the additional data from the collection or define aggregate calculations on collection elements.Can anyone give use case examples?

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Re: What does $ mean? - Adobe Campaign Standard 05-02-2018
Hi,Adobe provides documentation on developing and importing custom functions:https://docs.campaign.adobe.com/doc/AC/en/CFG_API_Adding_additional_SQL_functions.htmlThis is the sample function raw code that Adode provides above:body="extract(year from age($1))-18"/>So I've developed the following vlookup function:body="vlookup($lookup_value, $Table_array, $Col_index_num, $Range_lookup)"/>So is the xpath syntax correct:body="vlookup($lookup_value, $Table_array, $Col_index_num, $Range_lookup)"/>Or i...

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Re: Vlookup formula in List of Functions - Adobe Campaign Standard 01-02-2018
So the syntax is relatively simple:Where $lookup_value, $Table_arry, $Col_index_num, $Range_lookup would be the actual xpath fields (i.e., columns or fields) that represents the values ($xpath field (attribute or column) for lookup_value, $xpath field (attribute or column) for Table_array, $xpath field (attribute or column) for Col_index_num, $xpath field (attribute or column) for Range_lookup).Can someone validate this based on their own experience?

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What does $ mean? - Adobe Campaign Standard 01-02-2018
Can anyone tell me what the php code ($) in the following documentation and elsewhere in AC documentation, mean?Is it php? If so, why is php embedded there? I thought Adobe Campaign does not process php.If not php, what is it? JavaScript? XML? What does it mean; I believe it is an assigned value, but I am trying to find it's origin (whether it's php, js, or xml. Can't find it online, other than php.):

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Re: logInfo() - Adobe Campaign Standard 31-01-2018
Super, thank you guys.

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logInfo() - Adobe Campaign Standard 31-01-2018
Hi,Where can I view the logInfo(), results?

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Re: Vlookup formula in List of Functions - Adobe Campaign Standard 19-01-2018
Hi,So I followed the documentation and formulated the following XML to be imported as a package into Campaign:Here is the raw code: ...which follows, I think, the documentation:Here is the template code Adobe provides in the documentation, those blocks of code to be replaced, I've highlighted in red: So my raw code replaces replaces the Adobe's template sample with my own code (in red😞 Yet, when I try to load, (import as a package) I am getting this error:Can anyone defi...

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Re: Vlookup formula in List of Functions - Adobe Campaign Standard 18-01-2018
Yes, "funcList" worked. Found it in the data schema folder.Thank you.

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