Posted Tue, 17 May 2022 14:24:34 GMT by Gisèle Casabianca Responsable d'applications et projets IT
Hi everybody,

I want to update the indexes of a cabinet file B when the trigger is from a cabinet file A.
The help section has not much details.

I would need some explanations on some features.

In the first tab "Trigger" I have the cabinet file I want to update (cabinet file B), and the trigger conditions, but from the same cabinet.
Here I want to set a trigger from a specific cabinet file in order to update another cabinet file.
I kind of solved my problem in setting the Scheduled menu, and launching the Autoindex every minute, but that's not a very clean solution for me (I filter from the Assign date tab in Configure data source). It works fine, but I would like a more elegant solution.

I was wondering if with the "File Event" menu I could use the SQL Statements and set my trigger (when index from cabinet file A is "xx")
But I wasn't able to find any example in the web.
Posted Wed, 25 May 2022 00:00:16 GMT by Matthias Wieland Senior Director Support EMEA
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Posted Fri, 17 Jun 2022 07:00:00 GMT by Marco Mc Carthy Specialist Software Support
Create a "File Cabinet Event" Auto-Index and choose the file-cabinet A as trigger, now set your conditions to activate the process.
In the "Match Data" section, you should pick the option "file cabinet database" and select file-cabinet B. Select the appropriate matching field(s). 
The "Assign Data" can remain empty, as you do not want to change any entries within your file-cabinet A.
Please note, that "File Cabinet Event" Auto-Index do not create a log output (Last Run column - in the Autoindex overview) where you could check the execution.
Therefore, you could update a status field in file-cabinet A, to show that the update was executed. (Exception for Assign Data)
Now in the "Write Back" section select the fields, which you would like to update / change in file-cabinet B. 
Posted Mon, 20 Jun 2022 10:10:25 GMT by Gisèle Casabianca Responsable d'applications et projets IT

I confirm that it works perfectly fine ! Thanks

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