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Grab Value from Property

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Grab Value from Property action allows you to specify a property as input string, and store the value you grabbed into a user defined property.  If the specified output property does not exist before the action performed, the action will create one silently.

grabvaluefromproperty

grab_property_action

Here you can specify some parameters:

Input Property: the expression of the input property, which can be system property, element property or user-defined property.
Trim White Characters: when enabled, will trim all white characters from the input value, including spaces, tabs, returns, new lines etc.
Trim Tags: when enabled, will trim all tags from the input value. Example: inputting "<b>Hi</b>" will get "Hi".
From Position: when specified, will try to get the sub string from the given position. If this is not specified and "To" is specified, will try to get sub string from the beginning.
To (excluded): when specified, will try to get the sub string from the start position to this position (excluded). If this is not specified and "From" is specified, will try to get sub string until the end.
Grab Value: here you can choose what value will be stored in the output property, it could be "Content" or "Length of Content".
Output Property: the expression of the output property, which must be a user-defined property.