I am thinking this is a easy one I have a attribute value on a user that
is <Domain.UserID> What I want is the second part of that string
<UserID> there are really no brackets there. I have tried an Xpath as a
split with the delimiter of the <.> but I must have done something
really wrong because it returns the <.>, I was thinking it would of
returned a NodeSet. I have read there is a Xpath substring after
command that might be easier to use.

Thanks in Advance for all your help.

What I have now:

Applying rule 'Set local Variables for Matching policies'
[07/07/11 17:13:51.678]river PT: Action: do-if().
[07/07/11 17:13:51.678]river PT: Evaluating conditions.
[07/07/11 17:13:51.678]river PT: (if-op-attr
'ngcExternalLoginID' available) = TRUE.
[07/07/11 17:13:51.678]river PT: Performing if actions.
[07/07/11 17:13:51.678]river PT: Action:
do-set-local-variable("logInIDLV",token-split(".",token-op-attr("ngcExternalLoginID"))).
[07/07/11 17:13:51.679]river PT:
arg-string(token-split(".",token-op-attr("ngcExternalLoginID")))
[07/07/11 17:13:51.679]river PT:
token-split(".",token-op-attr("ngcExternalLoginID"))
[07/07/11 17:13:51.679]river PT:
token-split(".",token-op-attr("ngcExternalLoginID"))
[07/07/11 17:13:51.679]river PT:
token-op-attr("ngcExternalLoginID")
[07/07/11 17:13:51.679]river PT: Token Value:
"adDomain.-1landead-".
[07/07/11 17:13:51.679]river PT: Arg Value:
"adDomain.-1landead-".
[07/07/11 17:13:51.679]river PT: Token Value: "".
[07/07/11 17:13:51.679]river PT: Arg Value: "".


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