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Sander Rossel 16-Nov-20 7:07am View    
Happens to the best of us! :)
Sander Rossel 13-Nov-20 4:07am View    
This should work, assuming TextBox1 and Label3 are the correct TextBox and Label.
What doesn't work?
Do you get an error?
Sander Rossel 12-Nov-20 4:59am View    
"Some people, when confronted with a problem, think "I know, I'll use regular expressions." Now they have two problems." - Jamie Zawinski :)
A valid solution though.
Sander Rossel 19-May-20 13:24pm View    
Well, if it looks stupid and it works then it ain't stupid :D
Sander Rossel 19-May-20 8:51am View    
Yeah, it's been a while since I did that and I don't have Jenkins right now, but this should give you an idea on how to do that:
At least I know it's possible.

One other consideration.
I've worked with such setups like you describe, one model to rule them all.
Also named a canonical data model.
I'm not a fan of them myself.
It basically tightly couples all your services to each other.
I'm a fan of each service having its own model.
It gives you complete control over each service and it's hardly extra work since you have to change every service every time anyway.
Maybe you need it, maybe you don't, but it's too much work to change it now, but ask yourself if you really need it and if you have any alternatives.