Posted Wed, 01 Dec 2021 20:56:23 GMT by Grzegorz Laszczkowski
Is it possible to create index value profile and to define a query with 'Is (where clause) rule' referencing to another file cabinet?
Posted Wed, 08 Dec 2021 20:56:23 GMT by Matthias Wieland DocuWare Europe GmbH Sr. Director Support EMEA
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Posted Wed, 08 Dec 2021 21:09:28 GMT by Jon Weston File IT Solutions Sr Application Developer and RIM specialist
I've found that the 'Is (where clause)' is fairly restricted and not very well documented - sometimes you can use it like a regular SQL statement and sometimes you can't.  I know that you can do what you want if you switch it to use a SQL statement instead of the rules editor and the only helpful note I have is that you need to use the fully-resolved server name, like this:

.dwdata.dbo.

Here's an example from one of my development VMs that references a DocuWare file cabinet called Employee Files.  This is filtering the available documents to those that have the same Facility as what's listed for the currently logged-in user (the Employee Files cabinet has fields called First Name and Last Name):

[FACILITY] = (SELECT Facility FROM [desktop-d89t57g].dwdata.dbo.EMPLOYEE_FILES as EMPF WHERE EMPF.[FIRST_NAME] + ' ' + EMPF.[LAST_NAME] = CURRENTUSERLONGNAME())

Of course, this will only work in an on-premise system because you can't use SQL statements in a cloud system.

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