This function is deprecated as of v3.2 and will be removed in the near future
A Find Value Node is used to find values related to a specific word. For instance, if there is a specific number related to the word, as in the sentence "I have 2 apples", it will be stored in the context.
|Type||Select||The type of value to find. Can be a number or text.|
|SearchValue||CognigyScript||The word to find related values for.|
|ContextKey||CognigyScript||The key in the context where you want to store the result.|
It can be that you want to know how many pizzas a customer wants. In this case, you can create a Find Value node with the
searchValue"pizza", and the
contextKey: "pizzaCount". If the customer then says: "I want to order 3 pizzas", the number 3 will be stored in the context under the key "pizzaCount", and you will thereby know how many pizzas your customer wants.
Updated over 3 years ago