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Re: IDM [Anything] Filter

On Mon, 11 Jun 2012 18:06:01 +0000, jeffbate wrote:

> Has anyone used the [Anything] Object Class / Attribute filter in IDM?


No. Interesting, I hadn't tried to do anything with that.


> can't seem to make this work. I want my driver to get any event on any
> object or attribute. Instead I get:
>
> 1338411328 DXML: INFO: Test Null EV: Filtered by class or attribute


What's your actual filter look like?


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Re: IDM [Anything] Filter

On Mon, 11 Jun 2012 21:06:01 +0000, jeffbate wrote:

> But [Anything] shows up in the list when you click show all
> classes/attributes in iManager. Thought it was worth a try.


It shows up in Designer too. IMHO, it shouldn't because it's not an
effective class, so you really can't use it for anything (ugh, sorry, pun
not intended).


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Re: IDM [Anything] Filter

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Good suggestion. There's already an enhancement request in (Bug#
549414) in order to get aux classes removed from the list of available
filter classes. I'm adding a note for the other non-class things like
[Anything].

Good luck.
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