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Maksym Hrytsko
On 11/21/19, 12:52 PM

To be safer, create in Genio a function that does string formatting. The '@' character in MVC projects will give problems in JavaScript of this formula.



Implementations
CSharp:
return "@" + teamsName + ".com";

JavaScript:
return '@' + teamsName + '.com';

T-SQL:
RETURN '@' + @teamsName + '.com';


Then you can use this function in the formula



Note: Choose the type of formula depending on what is most appropriate for you.

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Hello Maksym, i had the same trouble as João and after trying your solution it didn't work, "@" acts as a special character overriding the string concatenation.

An image describing my problem is available for your analysis after João's question.

Tiago Parente
on 11/21/19, 5:27 PM

I updated my answer. For use the functions that more safety for this cases when used some Razor special characters.

Maksym Hrytsko
on 11/21/19, 6:48 PM

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Tiago Parente
On 11/21/19, 5:24 PM



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