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Newly Created Users

Newly Created Users

Newly Created Users

Does anyone know of a query to show newly created users in the last 90 days? kuaf table doesn't have a create date and dauditnew login doesn't technically show the first login in.

Cheryl Anderton

RE: Newly Created Users

In the past I have used the CreateDate in DTREE for the Personal Workspace for that user.

Greg Griffiths
Livelink Certified Developer & ECM Global Star Champion 2005 & 2006

RE: Newly Created Users

same thing is what everyone who has gone through that will say.A new user in livelink implies that a personal workspace subtype 142 will be created at almost the same instant the user
is getting created.Some companies will assign a default RM Classifications as well that is another method.

This is kind of the relation that will yield the PWS of a user that you know so you can even work back
select * from DTree where SubType=142 and OwnerID=-(select ID from KUAF where Name like 'kcq657');

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