It seemed to me that Juha's first query should have worked. Can someone explain the difference between the two queries?

  IsPad And (HoleDiameter > '40')
  (ObjectKind = 'Pad') And (HoleDiameter > '3')

How would I know to use "ObjectKind" instead of "IsPad"?!

JM


At 04:33 AM 8/24/2004, you wrote:

Juha,

Use find similar objects to get the query started, then
make changes from there.

 (ObjectKind = 'Pad') And (HoleDiameter > '3')

This is based on the FSO query.

 IsPad And (HoleDiameter > '40')

This also works.

 IsPad And (HoleSize > '40')

And that too.

Darren Moore



> -----Original Message-----
> From: Juha Kuusama [mailto:[EMAIL PROTECTED]
>
> Hello all,
>
> I'm finally taking the plunge and learning the query
> language. Actually,
> I need it in my current design, where I want to single out
> certain pads.
> However, even my simple query "(IsPad) And (HoleSize > 3)"
> results to a
> Design Explorer Error window with  "Error occurred while Running
> script".  What gives?
>
> Juha Kuusama
> Kuusama Design Oy




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