Hi,

Thanks for the quick suggestions.

The typo didn't exists in the original code, so that didn't solve it unfortunately. I fixed it for now by using the negative filter (!=), suggested by Peter.

Best,

Geert

On 01/31/2014 12:09 PM, Nicola Soranzo wrote:
Il 2014-01-31 11:52 Geert Vandeweyer ha scritto:
Hi,

I'm looking for the correct syntax to achieve the following:

<data type="data" format="txt" name="loh" label="${tool.name} result
on ${on_string} (loh) " >
        <filter>outtype == "0" || outttype == "2" </filter>
</data>
<data type="data" format="txt" name="cnv" label="${tool.name} result
on ${on_string} (loh) " >
        <filter>outtype == "1" || outttype == "2" </filter>
</data>

I tried the above, with and without parentheses, but it creates the
second dataset also when outtype == 0. Is this type of dual filtering
possible?

I don't know if this is the reason, but you seem to have a typo:

outttype == "2"

should be

outtype == "2"

Best,
Nicola
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