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Subcollection - not in query. Config Manager

Subcollection - not in query. Config Manager

Subcollection - not in query. Config Manager

Hi all,

I'm trying to make a new collection with a query for "not in a different collection & not in it's subcollections" and having a tough time at it.

I typically use SubSelected Values - System Resource - Resource ID - is not in - "select ResourceID from SMS_CM_RES_COLL_DOF0002C"

I believe this is currently querying the main collection (empty), as it is right now.

Does anyone know how to do this? The Internet + help files don't seem to be producing much help (or I'm lacking in search skills). Thanks for any help you can give! *Mike

RE: Subcollection - not in query. Config Manager

By main collection I meant the collection above which the sub-collections exist.

My problem is that the collection I need to make (lets call it NEW) needs to exclude a collection (let's call it PITA) for which new sub collections get made periodically. So I'd like NEW to reflect changes to PITA and it's sub collections. The problem I have is that I would need to change the query statement in NEW every time I make a change to the sub collections of PITA.

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