02 Mar 2023 11:44 PM - last edited on 06 Mar 2023 12:36 AM by MaciejNeumann
I am trying below cleanup rule:
(also tried %20 without ()), but that also did not work.
Is is a bug or is it a feature?
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Maybe escaping the % with a \ ?
Thanks for the hint, sorry no luck....
Also tried " " \u0020 , (%)20 (-;
Hi. Tested %20 as regular expression for clean up and it works.
Anycase, there is no need to include a capture group in regular expresions for cleanup rules: all matching strings are removed.
Thanks for your reply, need to investigate at my end. This does not work for my envoronment )-;
A second look: the %20 is part of a placeholder (URL query),
I created a naming rule adding a "query parameter". After adding the cleanup rule of %20, you can clearly see that this has no impact on the placeholder
So the solution is simple ,
You create two placeholders one that stops at the %20 and one that starts at %20 (so you split up with the help of the %20)
Have a great weekend!