I am trying to replace a url with some code, however sometimes the source url will contain a # and extra information and sometimes it won't.
I only want to insert
First URL with hash: http://someurl.com/test/#/testwithhash
Should be after replacement:
%%=RedirectTo(CONCAT('http://',@SUBDOMAIN,'someurl.com/test/', CHAR(35), '/testwithhas/'))=%%
Second URL without hash: http://someurl.com/testnohash/
Should be after replace:
So far I have this:
Replace: %%=RedirectTo(CONCAT('$1',@SUBDOMAIN,'$2', CHAR(35), '$4'))=%%
This works for the first URL but adds an unwanted CHAR(35) for the second url.
But need to add some conditional formatting as even on the second URL I will insert a # CHAR(35)
I have seen a few mentions that suggest the replace supports backreferences but they don't see to work for me, am I missing something?