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How do you create a query on DATs that are a week old on computers.

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Any help would be appreciated!

Thanks,

- Mike

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Re: How do you create a query on DATs that are a week old on computers.

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Here's how I did it.

ePO 4.5

Queries -> "VSE: Current DAT Adoption" (click on details) -> click "Actions" select "Duplicate" and give it a new name -> find your new query in the list and select "edit" -> Click "Configure Criteria" button -> In the comparison column change from "Is within X versions of repository" to "Is not within X versions of repository" then change the Value of the argument to 7 -> click "OK" -> click "run" -> If the query gives the results you expect, then click "save".

Hope this helps.

Regards,

Mark

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Re: How do you create a query on DATs that are a week old on computers.

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Here's how I did it.

ePO 4.5

Queries -> "VSE: Current DAT Adoption" (click on details) -> click "Actions" select "Duplicate" and give it a new name -> find your new query in the list and select "edit" -> Click "Configure Criteria" button -> In the comparison column change from "Is within X versions of repository" to "Is not within X versions of repository" then change the Value of the argument to 7 -> click "OK" -> click "run" -> If the query gives the results you expect, then click "save".

Hope this helps.

Regards,

Mark

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Thanks for the help! It was right on. Just what I was looking for.

Thanks,

Mike

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