Question6Replies3346Views×Close popoverOrianne Siret (OrianneS) Sopra Steria Sopra Steria FR View Profile OrianneS Member since 2015 7 posts Sopra Steria Posted: May 10, 2017Last activity: June 13, 2017Posted: 10 May 2017 9:25 EDTLast activity: 13 Jun 2017 16:11 EDT 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 agoPosted: 10 May 2017 14:32 EDT×Close popoverGupta Sanjeev (GUPTASANJEEV) Cognizant Cognizant CA View ProfileGUPTASANJEEV 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 agoPosted: 18 May 2017 10:23 EDT×Close popoverOrianne Siret (OrianneS) Sopra Steria Sopra Steria FR View ProfileOrianneS Sopra Steria replied to GUPTASANJEEVWhere can I find this for loop option ? Posted: 3 years agoPosted: 18 May 2017 10:43 EDT×Close popoverKIRAN GARAPATI (GARAPATIKIRAN) Sopra Steria AG Consultant Sopra Steria AG CH View ProfileGARAPATIKIRAN 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 agoPosted: 24 May 2017 7:50 EDT×Close popoverOrianne Siret (OrianneS) Sopra Steria Sopra Steria FR View ProfileOrianneS 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 agoPosted: 13 Jun 2017 16:02 EDT×Close popoverEric Osman (ericosman_GCS) PEGA Senior Software Solutions Engineer Pegasystems US View Profileericosman_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 agoPosted: 13 Jun 2017 16:11 EDT×Close popoverRon Cohen (coher) PEGA Client Support Engineer Senior Fellow PEG US View Profilecoher 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.