Question6Replies3257Views OrianneS Member since 2015 7 posts Sopra Steria Posted: 3 years agoLast activity: 3 years 4 months ago Closed Local Value ListHello, I don't find the answer I'm looking for so I will ask here.I am in an activity and would like to parse a simple String stored in a parameter and then Loop on it and do some stuff.I know that Parse Delimited can split my string and store in a value list but I don't want to create a specific value list property for that, it does not seem a clean way to do it.I can"t believe noone encountered the same problem What would you suggest ?Thanks×Close popoverFacebookTwitterLinkedinEmail Copy Link Copied! Moderation Team has archived post This thread is closed to future replies. Content and links will no longer be updated. If you have the same/similar Question, please write a new Question. Posted: 3 years agoGUPTASANJEEV Cognizant replied to OrianneSYou may check "for loop" option if it can be used in your scenario. You can set some integer value in a property or parameter say count of all the words in the parameter string and use for loop. Posted: 3 years agoOrianneS Sopra Steria replied to GUPTASANJEEVWhere can I find this for loop option ? Posted: 3 years agoGARAPATIKIRAN Sopra Steria AG replied to OrianneSHi , If i am in your situation i will use any OOTB/existing Value list property, since i just need to check some parameter in a string. After use i will remove the property from my page. Thanks, kiran Posted: 3 years agoOrianneS Sopra Steria replied to GARAPATIKIRANYes that is what I did until now but I don't think it is very clean. And I am sure Pega thought of an elegant way to do it properly. Posted: 3 years agoericosman_GCS PEGA replied to OrianneSIf you give some details about what the string is used for from a business perspective, and the parse criteria, we may be able to suggest a more Pega-centric way to handle it. However, I do know that the standard Java string-parsing methods are often used as well. Posted: 3 years agocoher PEGA replied to OrianneSWhy don't you show us how you would do it using the value list, and we'll provide the alternative if we can.