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Hi all

I am having trouble with some syntax that someoine might be able to help with.

I am opening a list page with the following filters and it works perfect:

RunPageLink = Customer = FIELD(Customer), "ID" = field(ID), ParentID = filter(0);
However I want the  "ID" to not equal the current field(ID)
i have tried this but it throws errors:
RunPageLink = Customer = FIELD(Customer), "ID" <> field(ID), ParentID = filter(0);
Any idea's what I am doing wrong.
Thanks Neil.
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    Nitin Verma Profile Picture
    Nitin Verma 20,984 Super User on at
    RE: runpagelink filter


    Adding more info.

    This is the action Property please follow the below link
    Also in case your if you want to filter with <>, I will suggest use the OnAction trigger of that button and provide the custom filters and run the page, instead using the RunPageLink property.
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    Inge M. Bruvik Profile Picture
    Inge M. Bruvik 32,714 Super User on at
    RE: runpagelink filter

    You can not use a page link for your scenario. The whole idea behind the page link is to open a page for the same record you are currently looking at.

    So you need another way to handle it. You should just run a page instead of using page link.

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