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  • Wiki Page: RegEx Class

    Slightly boring class for doing some regex... I've stored my notes on my pWord program which I also use for tracking passwords and it will always be open source. www.sourceforge.net/projects/pword . Please feel free to ignore my IE10 formatting woes using the WYSIWYG!. using System;...
  • Wiki Page: AD FS 2.0 & Higher: Truncate strings in claims using RegEx

    Scenario: There is an incoming claim ( or user attribute ) that is being sent to a relying party When the claim is sent, the value must not exceed a certain character limit Data that exceeds this limit must be truncated to accommodate this requirement Example: Incoming claim http...
  • Wiki Page: PowerShell: Working With Regular Expressions (regex)

    Link to Parent: PowerShell - Deep Dive and Best Practice There are several different ways to work with regular expressions in PowerShell and this wiki will go over some of these different methods. This wiki WILL NOT go in to regex patterns, there are many resources on the web for that. If you...
  • Wiki Page: Using DQS: How to Find Special Characters and Extra Spaces between Words in your Data

    You can use Data Quality Services (DQS) in SQL Server to find special characters and extra spaces between words in a string value in your data. You can do this easily by using regular expressions (regex) in a domain rule in DQS. Since you can use regular expressions in a domain rule for a String...
  • Wiki Page: AD FS 2.0: Using RegEx in the Claims Rule Language

    An Introduction to Regex The use of RegEx allows us to search or manipulate data in many ways in order to get a desired result. Without RegEx, when we do comparisons or replacements we must look for an exact match. Most of the time this is sufficient but what if you need to search or replace based...
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