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    URL code, operator and format

    Hi all,
    i have the following url

    /workorders.html?&workorders_f_workOrderStatus.description=Pending

    it displays a list workorders with a status of pending

    i require code of the url to exclude that specific status, so i'm looking for the code to NOT EQUAL - sort of like:

    /workorders.html?&workorders_f_workOrderStatus.description(NOT EQUAL)Pending

    hope someone can assist . . . forgive me if this is done wrong, my first ever post/blog visit
    Greetings
    Andre

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    that piece of url is a request and it is analyzed in a server-side script...you could use something like workorders_f_workOrderStatus.description=Active or whatever status you want

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    hi ssdog, thanks, okay so I understand it is a server-side script, does it mean there is not a NOT EQUAL keyword to be used on server-side scripts?.... I might have various statuses and just thought instead of coding EQUAL for 99 statuses I could code NOT EQUAL the ONE status i'd like to exclude.

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    the only way of doing that is to change the code of the script...if you do so, you can use !=, and keep the url just as it is

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    ok thanks ssdog, i'll have to speak to the developer of the scripts then, I only have the "end user" access - just thought I could get around the issue this way.

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    no problem...talk to him and tell him exactly what you want...he wil know what to do

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    Thanks for taking the time to discuss this, I feel strongly about it and love learning more on this topic.

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