Dharmi Absent Member.
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Need to know how to use Find Utility within Service Manager 7.0

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Please explain how to run the find utility.
For instance: I need to find the partcular field, operator.name is used in which formatctrls, which links, which display options, processes, macros.. etc.

Kindly help.
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Piku Absent Member.
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Re: Need to know how to use Find Utility within Service Manager 7.0

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Hi Dharmi,

It is easy to find any word/sentence used in any of file.
Type *afind.string in the command line and press enter.
Here pass the value to be searched in Strings field
In file field pass he name of file(table/dbdict) in which the the value might be.


This will search through all the types(array,numeric etc) of fields present in the table


For e.g if you ant to search nay operator named Ram in operator record,then just pass as follow
Strings : Ram
File : operator



hth,
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Piku Absent Member.
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Re: Need to know how to use Find Utility within Service Manager 7.0

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Hi Dharmi,

It is easy to find any word/sentence used in any of file.
Type *afind.string in the command line and press enter.
Here pass the value to be searched in Strings field
In file field pass he name of file(table/dbdict) in which the the value might be.


This will search through all the types(array,numeric etc) of fields present in the table


For e.g if you ant to search nay operator named Ram in operator record,then just pass as follow
Strings : Ram
File : operator



hth,
____________________________________
Assign Kudo, if found post useful and mark it accepted if solves the issue.

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