Re: [IUG] Strange Create Lists-Existing Searches behavior
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- Date: Mon, 24 Oct 2011 13:56:02 -0500
- From: "(tlc) Renee Brumett" <reneeb at thelibrary dot org>
- Subject: Re: [IUG] Strange Create Lists-Existing Searches behavior
Thank you Sue, Shiok, and Angela!
Yes, I just needed to update the ending record number my list was searching.
I had no idea this behavior existed. My original existing search was made
before the record load I was searching against, so it had saved the ending
record number at the time of that search -- which naturally did not include
any of the records just loaded.
I was able to easily update by clicking on the Range, switching to something
else, then back again as Shiok suggested and the ending record updated.
On Mon, Oct 24, 2011 at 1:17 PM, Angela Kroeger
<akroeger at mail dot unomaha dot edu>wrote:
> Since you specified that the records you expected to retrieve were from a
> recent load, you might be having problems with the Stop record number.
> I've noticed that when you use an existing search, it also takes the Start
> and Stop record numbers from the original search. If the Stop record
> number was the most recent record number at the time that search was first
> run, then reusing the existing search will NOT catch any records newer
> than that.
> I've found that if you replace the Stop record number with an asterisk, it
> searches all the way until the last record in the system. (Be sure to keep
> the letter that identifies the record type. Just replace all the numeric
> digits with a single asterisk.)
> Hope that helps.
> Angela Kroeger
> akroeger at unomaha dot edu
> Dr. C.C. and Mabel L. Criss Library
> University of Nebraska at Omaha
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