apostroph in text field


the Javascript expression

%{('${Status}'=='Resolved') ? '\n [${CustomerText}]' : ''}

works fine within a Word document. ${CustomerText}
is the content of a text field. However, if the text
contains an aphostrophe (e.g. '), nothing is printed. If I
change the text by replacing ' with \' then it is printed
again. The point is: This way is not practicable in our
case. Thus, what can be done in order to have text printed
with aphostrophes?


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Hi Christian

You also should use conditional statements instead of Javascript conditions.



#{if (%{'${escape:Description}'.length > 0})}

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Many thanks. It runs now.

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