JOIN

Description

JOIN combines a list of values into one new value by appending them. Optionally, you can also specify a string to put in between values.

Example

JOIN((p.first_name, p.last_name), " ")

It is common practice to have two separate information fields for a name - one for the first and one for the last name. If, once these data are collected, you want to treat the full name as one combined piece of information, you could use JOIN in a calculated information like in the example above.

Together with get_properties this can be used to get a combined name of all instances of some ontology or role. Here is an example for an assignment rule:

c.names_of_all_people := JOIN(
get_properties(instances(Person), full_name),
", "
)