Trying to combine 2 columns in 1, i.e. trying to put column B values in separate rows (not trying to concatenate. I can concatenate using tMap = row1.xxx+row2.xxx). Below is an example of what I'm looking to do:
Column A | Column B
Seattle | Portland
Los Angeles | Sacramento
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Thank you for getting back! Tried it, but still concatenating the result for me. tLogRow output is:
Screenshots attached. (The order does not matter).
Just tried tFileOutputDelimited -- same result as tLogRow. Still concatenating with \n.
Created new tFileInputDelimited with Row Separator "\n" and Field Separator ",".
tMap still same as the screenshot.
tFileOutputDelimited same values: row 1 = Seattle\nPortland, row 2 = Los Angeles\nSacramento
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