I have a document with many notes. I have them categorized by organizations which is good. During my incremental formalization process over a period of months I have inadvertently grown my User Attribute list to many…some duplicated, some synonym use etc.
Question: Within an organization: In the Attribute Browser, I want to find only those notes that have content in their respective Attributes. I assume I would be using $ChildCount but am unsure exacty how to set up the AB Query
Example: 6 notes: Each has been correctly categorized by Org: but may contain any of 10 assorted attributes.
I want to see only those notes by Org that have content in any of the attributes I have created. Some are sets, others are strings or boolean.
Note1:Org1: Attribute 1,3,5,7 has content, the other attributes do not
Note2: Org1: Attribute: No Attributes have content
Note3: Org2: Attribute: 2, 4, 6, 8 have content the others do not
Note4: Org2: Only attribute 2 has content
Note5: Org5: Attribute: No Attributes have content
Note 6: Org5: Attribute 5,10,15
One approach I am thinking is to just have a long list of attributes in the AB view and manually spot them.
is there a better way to use a query to show me only those notes that have content in at least one of the listed attribute?
Thanks in advance and apologize if my question is not clear. This is new ground for me and trying to clarify my question as best as I can. NB…the context to this question comes from using $AgentQuery in the past to find notes that had content in the $AgentQuery. Here I guess is a similar question but with multiple attributes.