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Old February 12th, 2018, 11:52 AM
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Post Javascript Syntax Error - FusionPro

I have a rule that looks at 2 fields to determine what to return.

I'm getting a Javascript syntax error message on the following rule and for the life of me, I do not see it.

if ((Rule("RuleEmailFirstName") != "") && Rule("RuleEmailLastName") != ""))
return Rule("RuleEmailFirstName") + "." + Rule("RuleEmailLastName") + "@" + Field("Email Domain");
else if ((Rule("RuleEmailFirstName") != "") && (Rule("RuleEmailLastName") == ""))
return Rule("RuleEmailFirstName") + "@" + Field("Email Domain");
else if ((Rule("RuleEmailFirstName") == "") && (Rule("RuleEmailLastName") != ""))
return Rule("RuleEmailLastName") + "@" + Field("Email Domain");
return "";
Will someone please help me and point out what I'm doing wrong?
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Old February 12th, 2018, 12:02 PM
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Default Re: Javascript Syntax Error - FusionPro


I found the error.

Thanks everyone!
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Old February 12th, 2018, 01:14 PM
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Default Re: Javascript Syntax Error - FusionPro

You could do it more succinctly:
return [Rule("RuleEmailFirstName"), Rule("RuleEmailLastName")].filter(String).join(".") + "@" + Field("Email Domain");
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