Javascript Code (Zapier ->


I have a code that works in Zapier, but I’m having trouble getting it to work in using the “0codekit” module.

My Code:

//Kitchen Countertop Dimensions, Number of Cabinets, Number of Fronts, Number of Shelves
const inputText = inputData['daten'];

const matches = inputText.match(/Length of Kitchen Countertop\s*\d*\s*:\s*(\d+(\.\d+)?)/g);
const result = matches && matches.length > 0 ? {} : "none";

if (matches) {
  matches.forEach((match, index) => {
    const [, value] = match.split(":").map(s => s.trim());
    const numValue = parseFloat(value.replace(",", "."));
    result[`Length of Kitchen Countertop ${index + 1}`] = isNaN(numValue) ? value : `${numValue} m | `;

const korpusRegex = /Cabinets :[\n\s]*- (\d+)/i;
const match = inputText.match(korpusRegex);
const result2 = match ? `${match[1]} pcs.` : "none";

const endText = "Foil for Fronts :";
const outputText = inputText.substring(0, inputText.indexOf(endText))
                             .replace(/\d+X Shelf/g, "")
                             .replace(/\[n\]\s*/g, "\n")
                             .replace(/:.*/g, "")
                             .replace(/(?:N|U|K|F)\d+/g, "")
                             .replace(/[^\d\n+X]+/g, " ")
                             .replace(/\s+/g, function(match, offset, string) {
                                if (string[offset - 1] === "X") {
                                  return " ";
                                return "+";
                             .replace(/\++/g, "+")
                             .replace(/^\+|\+$/g, "")
                             .replace(/X/g, "*");

const result3 = eval(outputText) ? `${eval(outputText)} pcs.` : "none";

const regalMatches = inputText.matchAll(/((\d+)?X\s*)?Shelf/g);
let totalShelves = 0;

for (const regalMatch of regalMatches) {
    const multiplier = regalMatch[2] ? parseInt(regalMatch[2], 10) : 1;
    totalShelves += isNaN(multiplier) ? 0 : multiplier;
............. some more code .......

const plzMatch = inputText2.match(plzRegex);
const cityMatch = inputText2.match(cityRegex);
const addressMatch = inputText2.match(addressRegex);
const infoMatch = inputText2.match(infoRegex);

let outputInfo = {};

if (plzMatch) {
  const plz = plzMatch[1].trim();
  outputInfo["ZIP Code"] = plz;

if (cityMatch) {
  const city = cityMatch[1].trim();
  outputInfo["City"] = city;

if (addressMatch) {
  const address = addressMatch[1].trim();
  outputInfo["Address"] = address;

if (infoMatch) {
  const info = infoMatch[1].trim();
  outputInfo["Info"] = info;

return { 
    output1: result, 
    outputCabinets: result2, 
    outputFronts: result3, 
    outputShelf: resultShelf,
    foilFronts: output1,
    foilCabinets: output2,
    foilCountertop: output3,
    imageUrls: outputObj,
    InfoBox: outputInfo

Thank you for helping. I want to switch from Zapier to, but I am encountering issues with some Zaps while trying to integrate it on Additionally, I find it frustrating that you can’t simply execute code like in Zapier and instead require an external module, which also comes with additional costs.

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That’s a great idea!

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i got it :slight_smile: i use python so it works now byebye Zapier and welcome :slight_smile: