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Can't use FSServiceOrder.LastModifiedDateTime as a condition?

  • 14 February 2024
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Why can’t I use this field in Conditions? I seem to be able to use all other LastModified fields (Ex. Appointment Last Modified) in Condition?

 

 

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Best answer by Sagar Greytrix 15 February 2024, 06:04

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HI @jwarren 

I have attempted various DACs and tried to use the "LastModifiedDateTime" field in a Generic Inquiry (GI) condition. However, I encountered difficulties because when we select the "From schema" checkbox, the field becomes non-editable for entering values.

Please refer to the attached screenshot for clarification.

To use in condition the "FSServiceOrder.LastModifiedDateTime" field, please uncheck the "From schema" checkbox and manually add the desired value in the condition.

I hope this explanation and the attached screenshot assist you.

Regards,

Sagar

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