The State Abbreviation component is used to return the two letter abbreviation of the State/Province from the specified phone number.
Name The name assigned to this component
Description Enter a description for the component
Number Enter the phone number or a predefined variable that contains the phone number of which you would like to determine what State/Province it is from.
Variable Enter the name of the variable where you the response should be stored.
Condition Type If the condition returns true, then the Action will be performed. If condition returns false, then the Action will not be performed. If there is no condition specified, the Action will always be performed.
A sample of a condition could be:
If the system should only lookup the State/Province of the phone number if the caller pressed ‘1’ in a menu, the Condition Type would be as follow:
Expression: workitem.digits == ‘1’
Here is a sample of how to use the State Abbreviation component
To have the system return the State/Province of the phone number of an inbound caller:
When the workflow executes the State Abbreviation component the value that will be stored in the variable workitem.data.state will be the 2 letter abbreviation of the state from the caller ID of the workitem.
Example: If the caller ID was from California, the value in workitem.data.state would be CA
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