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Re: Storing distinct field values as JS variables without...
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Thanks, what would I put in there? I want for each variation to output a DM file in the end. The problem is that on forehand you do not know how many cities are held in the target. I target on regioncodes, so in advance I do not know how many cities belong to a specific regioncode. But for every city that comes out the target eventually, I want a seperate file to be generated for direct marketing activities.

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Hi guys, I'm trying to create a Split activity based on distinct values of fielddata. I'm trying to fetch city centre data from regions. I tried this in JS: var query = xtk.queryDef.create();var resultSet = query.ExecuteQuery();for each (var row in resultSet){​​​​​vars.city = row.city;logInfo(vars.city);}​​​​​ This will return the following: 12/11/2020 09:57:21 PIJNACKER12/11/2020 09:57:21 BLEISWIJK12/11/2020 09:57:21 BERGSCHENHOEK12/11/2020 09:57:21 ROTTERDAM12/11/2020 09:57:21 DELFGAUW12/11/20...

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