the whole String:
successfully uploaded document with ID of ABC123
is probably contained within a single HTML element (e.g. a paragraph <p>) and this is why you can only use the "Extract" feature to get the entire String.
You can work around this limitation with a relatively simple coded solution
You can access and set Extracted values in code as seen here:
You can use simple C#/VB logic in order to re-work the Extracted variable to only contain the ID. From there you can change the extracted variable value to the re-worked version. Here's an example of how to do this in code (let's say the string was extracted in a variable "idString"):
String myId =
//Get whole extracted string
n = myId.IndexOf(
"ID of "
//Get the index of the start of the actual ID.
//The whole string is "successfully uploaded document with ID of ABC123" but we
//we need the content after "ID of". We get the start index of this string and add 6 to it
//because the string itself contains 6 characters
myId = myId.Substring(n);
//Remove the contet we don't need
//Set the new value to the extracted variable
//Write the ID to the Log file
Let me know how it goes.
All the best,
the Telerik team
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