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Last Tested: Jan 21, 2019Just put a \ before the apostrophe!
ex. Default value: O\'Donnell
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There’s no need to scape for the apostrophe in user attribute values. We can use it as simple as O’Donnell
I recently ran into this. If you are using Data Type: String Filter (advanced) for your user attribute you cannot escape the ‘Example if you have multiple user attributes and one has a ‘ in it it won’t work. I tried both escapes \ and ^ before the ‘.E.g., ‘Client^’s Data 1’,’Client^’s Data 2’ still gives an error or if you try \The only option was in our ETL to remove any ‘ to turn the attribute in our data from Client’s Data 1 to Clients Data 1
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