OK I cry uncle after trying to get a working solution for 2+hours.
What I’m trying to do is get to the same folder level as where a zip file resides. This worked fine because there is a standard format to the filename… Well up until today! So my solution stopped working. I was using a regex replace in string manipulation to match and remove the filename. It seems the standard is no longer being kept so I need to be smarter. I know I can break apart the path and reconstruct to the level I need using cell splitter and combiner, but I’m betting there is a smarter way.
Matter of fact I thought I had found the perfect regex…([^\]+$) This works in regex101.com but when I use it in String manipulation it matches my whole path and wipes it out. I’m hoping someone can help me with this. I’ve attached an example to play with.
Thanks for taking a look!
Drop Filename Regex.knwf (6.1 KB)