Keyword values in a view column formula

Posted on 2006-11-03
Last Modified: 2013-12-18
Hi Experts,

I will to show the following fields in one column

"[Name]" + name +"/ [Region]" + county + "/ [Services]" + services

services is a keyword

I would like it to show the following

[Name] John  / [Region] London /[Services] Plumbing, Gardening, DIY

but im getting this

[Name] John  / [Region] London /[Services] Plumbing, [Name] John  / [Region] London /[Services] Gardening, [Name] John  / [Region] London /[Services] DIY

how do I resolve this?

Question by:tashsmith
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Change the multivalue seperatr to

I hope this helps !
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"[Name]" + name +"/ [Region]" + county + "/ [Services]" + @Implode(services; ", ")

Author Comment

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perfect thanks crak
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You're welcome! Thanks for the points!

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