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Re: Can Inputs in Forms and Pre-Defined Filters be Pipe-Delimited? - Adobe Campaign 04-01-2022
Hey all - has anyone had any luck with this yet?

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Re: Can Inputs in Forms and Pre-Defined Filters be Pipe-Delimited? - Adobe Campaign 07-12-2021
Unfortunately I have not - I've spent several hours trying a few different approaches, but still no luck. Here's another screenshot of the built-in Adobe filter letting a user know that input can be bar-delimitedThe query that builds the predefined filter (highly unusual that it is not visible)And then an expanded snippet of the built-in Adobe filter's XML. It's quite odd, there appears to be no mention in here about using the bar delimiter outside of the "help" prompt. Which is making me think ...

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Can Inputs in Forms and Pre-Defined Filters be Pipe-Delimited? - Adobe Campaign 02-12-2021
One of the built-in Adobe predefined filters, "Recipients of a delivery" [rcpPerDelivery] allows a user to pipe-delimit values in an input box. I am attempting to build a new form and form-driven pre-defined filter that leverages this behavior; however, I am struggling to do so. Has anyone here successfully built a form or pre-defined filter that allows users to bar-delimit inputs? Mimicking the factory filter, I defined some XML for a free-text field: But when used in a workflow, the following ...

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