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How to Extract the name from claims in a Powerapps form

I am developing a powerapp and I need to extract the membership name in the claims data as shown in the attached picture.


You feedback is appreciated.


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I'm assuming the membership name is the same as the one presented in the email address.  If so couldn't you use Split() to get the first entry in the email?

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The email is is like belwo I think my pic is off..


DisplayName:"Some User",


I need to get to the "A27111" data.

You should be able to get what your looking for by doing a double Split() like so:

First(Split(Last(Split([CLAIMS VALUE], "|")).Result, "@")).Result

If all goes according to plan, the last result of the inner split should return ''; with the first result of the outer split then giving you 'A27111'.
Edit (6/17/2019):
I've tested it out and made some minor changes, specifically adding .Result to the end of each Split(). This will return the result as a text value for you to use.


I will give it a try tomorrow and let you know the results - Thanks.

My pleasure, I've tested it out on my end and made a minor change. Please check my original post and give that a go.


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