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How to Query Collection Update Schedules???

How to Query Collection Update Schedules???

How to Query Collection Update Schedules???

I would like to be able to query for a list of collections that have update schedules, be able to see what the update frequency is and sort them by most frequent to least frequent. I can't seem to find this info.
It would also be nice to be able query for any direct membership collections that have update schedules.
Thanks in Advance!  

RE: How to Query Collection Update Schedules???

Off the top of my head I can't think of a way to do this, infact it would probably take me more time to look than to just check the properties of the collections (even accounting for 60+ collections).


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RE: How to Query Collection Update Schedules???

Thanks for the reply Simon.
I eventually found a way to get most of the data I needed.
BTW- It probably would have taken me less time to check the properties of 60 or so collections, but this site server has over 1300! - ;)

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