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How to set a list field without having to match the correct casing

Hi all, I'm using automation to process subjects on incoming emails and set multiple values on a ticket from it. Everything works great as long as the email is typed with the proper casing eg: "David Moreno".

{
"update":
{
"Name":
[
{
"set": {"value": "{{issue.summary.replaceAll("(?i)^.*check([1-9])+\.([^\.]+)\.([^\.]+)\.([^\.]+)$","$4")}}" }
}
]
}
}

On my list fields, if I try to set a field, and the email comes like this "David moreno", it will fail because that is not considered a valid value for the list field.

First Question: is there any way to make the list (combo) fields case insensitive?, so I can set up the same value with any casing.

If not:

Second Question: I have been trying to capitalize the input coming in, but in smart values, when I split the incoming string by space, I haven't been able to apply a string function like capitalize() to the list of split strings, there is probably an easier way:

{{#
issue.summary.replaceAll
("(?i)^.*check([1-9])+\.([^\.]+)\.([^\.]+)\.([^\.]+)$","$4").split(" ")
}} {{.}}) {{/}}

 

I cannot change the field values (over 1300 in there).

 

Any help will be appreciated.

 

Regards

 

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Never mind, I figured it out:

Capitalize at the end of the array split, will apply it to all elements.

{{#
issue.summary.replaceAll
("(?i)^.*check([1-9])+\.([^\.]+)\.([^\.]+)\.([^\.]+)$","$4").split(" ").capitalize()
}} {{.}}) {{/}}

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