Not sure which variable you are trying to segment but have you thought of using SAINT upload to designate each one and then just do correlated reports as needed? Are you creating alot of new URLs regularly?
If not have you tried to add space designation?
for 2 spaces etc
Thanks for responding.
This is for page formatting for site section. I want to establish Site Section 1, Site Section 2, Site Section 3, Site Section 4.
The current issue is that since I formatted every / as a : I am trying to use : as a delimiter to build all 4 sections.
When I use ^(.+)\:(.+)\:(.+)\:(.+)\:(.+) it only accepts urls with multiple delimiters rather than if its a short url with one or 2 delimiters.
I would like to make a formula that accepts 1,2,3, or 4 delimiters. Let me know if that is helpful.
ok i think this may help you
1,2,3,4 examples per each line:
^(.+)\:$ output is $0
^(.+)\:(.+)\:$ output is $1
^(.+)\:(.+)\:(.+)$ output is $2
^(.+)\:(.+)\:(.+)\:(.+)$ output is $3
bear in mid then each output has to be defined as well
Yes I have read through the documentation.
If I use this formula ^(.+)\:(.+)\:(.+)\:(.+)$ I will only catch a url such as test: test: test: test
It will not read a url as test: test: test.
My issue is that the formula isnt dynamic enough for my use case.
I also seem to be having this same or similar issues
If you do theses:
test: test: test
This would not work based on my prior testing. If urls are two different delimiter lengths it would throw off the result.
i use a solution similar pabloc82923542 suggested and it works perfect.
within the ruleset define the following rules:
^([^\:]*) sitesection1 is $1
^([^\:]*)\:([^\:]*) sitesection2 is $2
^([^\:]*)\:([^\:]*)\:([^\:]*) sitesection3 is $3
i hope i wrote it right for the first levels. if yes, those rules should put the right values in the corresponding classifications. just add more rules if you need more levels.
please let us know if those rule work!
Appreciate it @ursbuller it worked!