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Audit by specific Entry ID

asked on January 4, 2018

Unless my memory is failing me, there used to be a way to filter a search by a specific Entry ID. Now when I try to add a filter, it doesn't give me an "Is equal to." Instead I get the options as shown below. Am I missing something? I don't want to use the "is greater than or equal to" or "is less than or equal to" as this gives me multiple other documents that I'm not interested in.

 

Thanks,

Michael

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replied on January 4, 2018

It should work just using the 'In' criteria. 

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replied on January 11, 2018

Thank you Blake. I was thrown off by the 'In' as opposed to 'Is'.

Of note, while watching a training video on Audit Trail Overview at TrainingCenterForLaserfiche.com, I found an even easier way to do this. At the 1:36 mark, it states that new in Laserfiche 10.2 (we recently upgraded), is the ability to run reports on specific entries directly from the Web Client as shown in the screenshot below.

 

 

Thanks,

Michael

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replied on February 26 Show version history

This also is an issue for me.  "In" does not produce any results at all.  The first two options produce too many results (entry ID, plus all with higher number, or entry ID with all lower numbers).  We are on 10.2, so I checked to see if I had the option noted at the document level in the Web Client, but under Advanced, I do not have an Audit Report option.  We also have 10.4 in our development environment, so I checked to see if it was there, but it is the same as what I am seeing in 10.2. 

 

There used to be an "is equal to" and it worked fine (snip is from previous saved search):

However, I can't even use this saved report and edit the Entry ID, because it now does not allow me to select Entry ID at all (this is the complete list that shows in the pop up when trying to edit the event filter of my saved Entry ID search):

The "Select Criteria" drop down also has lost the original "Is Equal to" and defaults to "In" now.  What has happened?  Should I be opening a ticket with our VAR?  

 

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replied on February 26

"In" is equivalent to "is equal" when a single entry ID is entered. "In" replaced "is equal" to allow specifying a comma delimited list of entries. When a single entry is specified, the results are the same as the old "is equal" report.

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replied on February 26

Since this change happened, I get zero results using "In" and one entry ID.  

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replied on February 27

Please contact your reseller and open a support case so we can take a closer look.

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replied on February 27

Okay, will do.  Thanks Miruna.  

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