Construct 2 Expressions

MessageRaw

This will return the exact value of the message as received (not split up). This is usually helpful for debugging to see what exactly what came in. You can use this like this: jsMessage.MessageRaw

 

ValueCount

This will return the total number of values received in the message. For instance, if the message looked like this (with the default separator): "MyCommand|Value1|Value2" then this expression would return 2. You can use this like this: jsMessage.ValueCount

 

Command

This will return the text of the command (everything before the first separator). For instance, if the message looked like this (with the default separator): "MyCommand|Value1|Value2" then this expression would return "MyCommand". You can use this like this: jsMessage.Command

 

Value(Index)

This will return the text of the value specified by Index. For instance, if the message looked like this (with the default separator): "MyCommand|Value1|Value2" then you using jsMessage.Value(0) would return "Value1" but you could also use jsMessage.Value(1) to get "Value2". you can use this like this: jsMessage.Value(index)

 

Separator

This will return the value of the Separator Property. You can use this like this: jsMessage.Separator

Last edited Jan 20, 2015 at 4:25 PM by theChrisKent, version 4