Below is a list of Regular Expressions (a.k.a. Regex) that allow you to dynamically query for data in any Onit grid.
Filtering for Multiple Values
To search for multiple values use the following syntax:
This filter would find all records that have values like "Pending Review", "Pending SAP", "Paid", etc.
To exclude records you can prepend your filter with "!".
This filter would find all records except for those containing the word "Pending".
To exclude multiple values use:
This filter would find all records except for those containing the words "Pending" and "Paid".
Filtering for records where a Field's value is blank
To find records whose Field value is blank, missing, or empty, use the following:
If you used this filter on an Expiration Date column, you would get all the records that didn't have an Expiration Date value.
Filtering for records where a Field isn't blank
Alternatively, you may want to find all the records where a Field's value isn't blank.
If you used this filter on an Expiration Date column, you would get only the records that did have an Expiration Date value.
Find Exact Match
To find an exact match of the search criteria use the following:
If you used this filter on a Phase column, you would get only the Records in the Closed phase.
Matching Email Addresses
Matching a Phone Number
Use the following Regex expressions to match phone numbers for validation purposes:
If you used this Regex as a validator it would match phone numbers with the format
Matching a Date
Use the following Regex expression to match a date:
If you used this Regex as a validator it would match dates in either the
Matching a Positive Number
Use the following Regex to match any positive number:
For example, this Regex could be used as a validation on Budget Records to make sure all Budgets are positive numbers.
Matching a Zip Code
Use this Regex to match zip codes:
This Regex could be used to validate zip codes entered into employee profiles.