By Jan Hoek at IDYN
Try to find record with:Field A = value "a"Field B = value "b"
Try to find record with:Field A = value "a"Field B = wildcard value
your example in cu1 doesn't match to the rules you created in step 2.
see line 4: the wildcard is in field a.
so i think you can't fix the sequence in Setting the values, it depends on the logic of the function...
anyway, pattern make sense.
Greetings and have nice Holidays...
Torsten: In the 4th GET statement, they're both wildcards, as stated in the pattern, or am I missing something... :?
Jan: Thanks for sharing :D
with line 4 i meant the second get Statement (4th line of code example) and this is not quite equal to your step 2.
hope that fits to you now.
I don't think it really matters in which field a wild card is .. as long as you're searching for a less or another specificity along the route.. .
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