Parse text and look up ID based on result

Parse text and look up ID based on result

This script parses out the first Lead Source from a comma or semi-colon separated list and then gets the Lead Source ID from an xRef list.

Function ScriptedField
 Dim ls
 Dim res
 ls = "@@ORG:CUSTOM07@@"
 If Len(ls) <> 2 Then
  If InStr(ls,",") > 0 Then
   ls = Left(ls,InStr(ls,",")-1)
  End If
  If InStr(ls,";") > 0 Then
   ls = Left(ls,InStr(ls,";")-1)
  End If
  res = ls
  res = XrefRead("sf-LeadSource",ls)
 End If
End Function
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