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Groovy script to split label values

Need help on splitting the label values based on text.

Label field values are [June_2019_POA1, ABC, July_2020_POA2, XYZ]

So I need to find POA1 and POA2 values exist or not in label.

If the values exist then get them and assign the values to 2 different variables.

FirstPOA1 = JUNE_2019

SecondPOA2 = July_2020

Can anyone help on this plz?

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Regex will be your friend for that.

I often use this for reference:

Here is how you can use that in groovy:

def labels = ['June_2019_POA1', 'ABC', 'July_2020_POA2', 'XYZ']
def regexPat = /^([a-z|A-Z]*_\d{4})_(\S*)$/
def fieldMap = [POA1:'FirstPOA1', POA2:'SecondPOA2']
def FirstPOA1, SecondPOA2
labels.each{ label->
def matcher = label =~ regexPat
if(matcher[0][2] == 'POA1') FirstPOA1 = matcher[0][1]
if(matcher[0][2] == 'POA2') SecondPOA2 = matcher[0][1]

} "FirstPOA1 = $FirstPOA1" "SecondPOA2 = $SecondPOA2"

Hi @Peter-Dave Sheehan This script works but need one small changes on it to convert the string to date format. I am looking the output format would be like 06/01/2019 and 07/01/2020.


def fmtfrsPOA1 = FirstPOA1.replaceAll("_",",")
Date dtfirstPOA1 = (Date)fmtfrsPOA1
def dtfirstPOA1format = dtfirstPOA1.format('MM-yyyy')

I tried above but through error. Any help much appreciated. 

Try parsing the poa value as-is by providing the existing format (rather than converting), then format it in the desired format.

new Date().parse( 'MMMM_yyyy',FirstPOA1 as String).format('MM/dd/yyyy')

Its worked. You have solved my issue. Thank you so much

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