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Old June 14th, 2018, 04:37 AM
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Post Skipping records based on field values and reverse skipping

I have a adreslist with zipcodes that has to be split into two outputfiles based on the zipcodes in a particular field. (2 separate companies deliver it)
Sofar I managed to create the output with the zipcodes of the first company with a java script rule but I can't figure out how to reverse the proces so that I get the missing zipcodes in a second output file for the second company.
Here's the OnRecordStart rule of company 1:

switch (Field("Postcode cijfers"))
{
case "1911":
case "1941":
case "1942":
case "1943":
case "9733":
case "9734":
case "9735":
case "9736":
case "9737":
case "9741":
case "9742":
case "9743":
case "9744":
case "9745":
case "9746":
case "9747":
case "9766":

FusionPro.Composition.composeThisRecord = false;
}


If I just change the last line in "true" it just outputs al the records and that's not what I want.

Any advice here?
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Old June 14th, 2018, 11:52 AM
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Default Re: Skipping records based on field values and reverse skipping

Code:
switch (Field("Postcode cijfers"))
{
  case "1911":
  case "1941":
  case "1942":  
  case "1943":
  case "9733":
  case "9734":
  case "9735":
  case "9736":
  case "9737":
  case "9741":
  case "9742":
  case "9743":
  case "9744":
  case "9745":
  case "9746":
  case "9747":
  case "9766":
    break;

  default:
    FusionPro.Composition.composeThisRecord = false;
}
Or:
Code:
var codes = 
[
  1911,
  1941,
  1942,  
  1943,
  9733,
  9734,
  9735,
  9736,
  9737,
  9741,
  9742,
  9743,
  9744,
  9745,
  9746,
  9747,
  9766
];

FusionPro.Composition.composeThisRecord = codes.indexOf(Int(Field("Postcode cijfers"))) >= 0;
Or, using ranges, as in this thread:
http://forums.pti.com/showthread.php?p=1157#post1157
Code:
function CheckRanges(val)
{
  for (var i in ranges)
  {
    if (ranges[i] instanceof Array)
    {
      if (val >= ranges[i][0] && val <= ranges[i][1])
        return true;
    }
    else if (val == ranges[i])
      return true;
  }
 
  return false;
}

var ranges = [ 1911, [1941,1943], [9733,9737], [9741,9747], 9766 ];
FusionPro.Composition.composeThisRecord = CheckRanges(Int(Field("Postcode cijfers"));
return FusionPro.Composition.composeThisRecord;
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Old June 15th, 2018, 03:47 AM
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Default Re: Skipping records based on field values and reverse skipping

Thanks Dan! Great help - learned a few things.

I used the latter script with the range-numbers, very handy!

I only had to add another ) at the end of the 18th line like this and then it works.

var ranges = [ 1911, [1941,1943], [9733,9737], [9741,9747], 9766 ];
FusionPro.Composition.composeThisRecord = CheckRanges(Int(Field("Postcode cijfers")));
return FusionPro.Composition.composeThisRecord;

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