There are 253 items in the list that have something in the type field other
than CREDIT.
There are also 10 items that have CREDIT in that field.

Since it is a multi-valued field, there are items in the list that meet both
sets of criteria (Type not equal to CREDIT and type equal to CREDIT).


-----Original Message-----
From: [EMAIL PROTECTED] [mailto:[EMAIL PROTECTED]
Behalf Of George Gallen
Sent: Monday, February 02, 2004 4:41 PM
To: 'Ardent List'
Subject: SELECT NOT WORKING [uv 10 - unix]


OK....What gives.

GET-LIST MYLIST

253 ITEMS SELECTED
>SELECT FILE WITH TYPE # "CREDIT"
253 ITEMS SELECTED
>



BUT....

GET-LIST MYLIST

253 ITEMS SELECTED
>SELECT FILE WITH TYPE = "CREDIT"
10 ITEMS SELECTED
>


Why Do I have to search the = , save the list, then merge.list DIFF to do
the same thing as select # ?

The ONLY thing is that TYPE is multivalued field.
It is defined in the DICT as multivalued.
There is NO entry in VOC called TYPE

What gives..

George


George Gallen
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Accounting/Data Division
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