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Remedy search - find cases edited.

Remedy search - find cases edited.

Remedy search - find cases edited.

thread773-1534907: Reporting - User Activity

I have the same question as reynoldswl. I know how to use the audit trails but would like to generate a search that will bring back all the cases edited (raised, closed, updated) over a period of time by one user. Unfortunately going through cases individually is not an option, also we do not have access to a tool such as crystal reports. I can easily create a search to bring back all cases raised by one person over a period of time, but a search to find all cases that have been updated by one person is proving much harder.

I have tried several advanced searches and the best one I can come up with is 'Status*-History.Assigned.USER'  = "agent name (or domain\agentname)"

This search will run but returns no results. I have tried to add date ranges and statuses too but this makes no difference. I am not quite sure what that string should return, but as I understand it, it should return any cases updated to a status of assigned by the specified person over a period of time.

We are using Remedy 6.03.

Would be grateful for any ideas.

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