I am looking to transform data in Domo which is a mix of numbers and alphabet characters and am trying to create a new column using an operation similar to Oracle's regex_like function and a case statement. I can do this in SQL, but would like to know if Magic ETL can do something similar.
With the example below, based on the String data type Cust_ID_TXT, I would like the create the number column Converted_Cust_ID_NUM
Cust_ID_TXT | Converted_Cust_ID_NUM
123 | 123
A123 | -1
123CD | -1
1ABC2 | -1
Would anyone be able to provide a solution?
@user10780 you can do regex in ETL by using the Replace Text option. Here is an example of one I did. Just make sure the second box has the checkbox Use RegEx checked.
hi ashleigh, your solution was rather vague, but I worked it out:
@user10780 sorry about that, I did not mean my picture was a solution but rather I was just mentioning you could use RegEx to solve your problem and that was an example of another thing I did. Glad it worked out!