Hi Paul

In RDi it is possible to set up a library filter that has all libraries you might be interested in - or use one of the predefined ones like *USRLIBL there. Then a right-click has the option to search on that filter, and I think the MSGF name can be generic - voila - you have a search across all of that.

It is similar with the source member search - that one is REALLY fast - haven't stressed the message file search that way yet. But Herr Raddatz et cie. have done a great job with all this.


On 12/7/2015 1:53 PM, Steinmetz, Paul wrote:
I have hundreds of *MSGF on our system, with some containing 10,000+ messages.
Well over 100,000 different possible messages.


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Yeah, I tried an asterisk and got nothing, as I recall - that WAS
early this morning, after all!

I put in just the letter a and got a lot. I see that one can use
multiple conditions, with contains, hey, only 26 of them, right?

You can also choose "contains not" and then pick some really weird character. I think I got them all that way.

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