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RE: How can I find WO made from 4/1/21 - 6/30/21

Have you tried using the Dates section in the Advanced Search for Work Order Tracking? You can specify data ranges in there. Be sure note the time that is associated with the date. You probably want to remove the value for History and keep Is Task as N. -- Stephen Rievaj MGI Maintenance Group --

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RE: How can I find WO made from 4/1/21 - 6/30/21

you can try ((woclass = 'WORKORDER' or woclass = 'ACTIVITY') and reportdate <= ( ts '2021-06-01 23:59:59.000' ) and istask = 0 and reportdate >= ( ts '2021-01-01 00:00:00.000' )) Ultimately, you can just build this in the advanced search. -- Christopher Winston Projetech Inc. --

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How can I find WO made from 4/1/21 - 6/30/21

I am looking for how I may find in Maximo what work orders were created from certain date to certain date please help. #MaximoUserGroups -- Nicole Lumley Carroll County Energy LLC --

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RE: Start Center Portlet- download/export button - Activate

issue was related to the Sigoption RELOBJSTR Missing For RSCONFIG Application, which allows the users to select a Object Structure to set up a portlet. Once the steps to add the sigoption were taken, the Download button was working fine. See the below article on how to active the missing...

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RE: Increase the length and scale of a OOTB field in Maximo version

Expect a lengthy process, and test, test, test. Start here: or here: and keep in mind: ...

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