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7 posts
msg #53274
Ignore burlap
7/19/2007 6:39:01 PM

Do I understand correctly that unless told differently the filters filter the whole data base. And if I want to filter a watch list that watch list has to be included in the filter criteria? Thanks again, Lloyd

59 posts
msg #53290
Ignore slotmarket
7/20/2007 1:20:29 AM

I believe you got it right.

1 posts
msg #54983
Ignore eoao
9/20/2007 10:57:22 PM

When trying to filter a watch list, the filter kept going to the watch list I didnt want to filter. I finally deleted that one. I had WL1 and BBH as my watchlist names. I wanted the BBH to be in the filter and put that name in the filter. After I deleted WL1, the filter used BBH. Any help so I can have more than one watch list? Thanks

20 posts
msg #55020
Ignore roheba
9/21/2007 2:24:34 PM

I'm new to SF and was having some similar difficulties with watch lists until I determined that the syntax of my "Apply to" statement was incorrect.

I feel kinda silly pointing this out, but it made a difference for me...

The proper syntax is:
apply to watchlist(your_list_name)

I know this is very elementary, but I hope it's is helpful.

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