Override Value of a {{Variable}}

Hi Guys: how to override the value of a {{Variable}}? This is my (stupid) script. The {{Test}} variable is not updated, but when i output it in console it is :-/. What i'm doing wrong? Thanks! (function() { const apiDomain = {{LinkImmo}}; // DO NOT TOUCH const url = https://corsproxy.io/?${encodeURIComponent(apiDomain)}; fetch(url) .then(response => { if (!response.ok) { throw new Error('Network response was not ok: ' + response.statusText); } return response.text(); }) .then(htmlContent => { const pattern = /<script id="NEXT_DATA" type="application/json">\s({.?})\s*</script>/s; const matches = htmlContent.match(pattern); if (!matches) { console.error('JSON content not found in HTML'); return 'Error retrieving data'; } const jsonContent = matches[1]; const data = JSON.parse(jsonContent).props.pageProps.detailData.realEstate.properties[0]; const keysToExclude = ['adLinks', 'cadastrals', 'caption', 'defaultDescription', 'features', 'ga4features', 'id', 'income', 'land', 'multimedia', 'reference', 'rent', 'roomForRent', 'typologyValue']; keysToExclude.forEach(key => delete data[key]); const jsonResponse = Object.entries(data).map(([key, value]) => { if (typeof value === 'object' && value !== null) { return ${key}\t${JSON.stringify(value)}; } return ${key}\t${value}; }).join('\n');

{{Test}} = jsonResponse; console.log("Test is " + {{Test}}); return {{Test}}; }) .catch(error => { console.error('Error processing:', error); return 'Error retrieving data'; }); })();
4 Replies
Bobbit6k
Bobbit6k3mo ago
added the flow of the bot
Baptiste
Baptiste3mo ago
You can use setVariable like this setVariable(Test, jsonResponse) https://docs.typebot.io/editor/blocks/logic/script#setvariable-function
Bobbit6k
Bobbit6k3mo ago
Thanks @Baptiste I need the script executed server side, right? The goal here was executing it client side and then assign to a variable. One solution that i found is to include the script in the head (via settings) and assign the value of a new var like this {{Hello}} = new Greeting({{Nome}}).greet(); WHERE the script is done this way: class Greeting { constructor(name) { this.name = name; } greet() { return Hello, ${this.name}!; } }
Baptiste
Baptiste3mo ago
Since your code is doing an API request, I suggest that you use the HTTP Requests block instead