Problem finding field with variable # of characters at beginning of html name
Our developers recently made a change that changed the html name from a defined amount of variable characters to a varying amount of variable characters.
Old HTML Name:
html_name: CvgSel_4052_BenSel_BENADB_ID_0, (4052 is a variable number)
I used "html_name: "!CvgSel_...._BenSel_BENADB_ID_0"," to compensate for the 4 variable characters.
New HTML Name:
html_name: CvgSel_30202445_BenSel_BENADB_ID_0, (30202445 is a variable value with a varying amount of characters.)
The varying amount of characters is causing me problems and I can't get passed it. I can't use the standard wildcard !.* because I need data to the right of the variable characters to differentiate the field from other fields on the same page.
Is there a wildcard I can use to make the first half of the HTML name variable? I need "BenSel_BENADB_ID_0" to stay and everything to the left of this can be considered variable.