NOTE You cannot use a function as a filter criterion For example a filter such

Note you cannot use a function as a filter criterion

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NOTE: You cannot use a function as a filter criterion. For example, a filter such as [Name] = GetProfileAttr ('VODImpExpSpec') is not supported. Some deployment filter examples follow: [Name] like 'ABC*' or [Name] = 'My StateModel' This example filters the data type State Model using the Name field. The primary business component for State Models is State Model, the field containing the state model name is Name.
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Creating a Siebel ADM Package Process of Creating Siebel ADM Deployment Units from Database Types Siebel Application Deployment Manager Guide Version 8.1, Rev. B 71 [Activation Date]>'12/29/2008 14:58:29' This example filters the data type Assignment Rules using the Activation Date field. All assignment rules with a start date later than 12/29/2008 are filtered for migration. [Value]='ACCOUNT_STATUS' AND [List Of Values Child (UDA).Language] ='ENU' This example filters the data type LOV using the Value field and the child business component List of Values Child (UDA).Language. The filter allows deployment of only the English language LOVs for the ACCOUNT_STATUS LOV type. Creating ADM Deployment Filters Creating Application Deployment Manager (ADM) data filters is an optional, but highly recommended, task of the ADM GUI setup process. This task is a step in “Process of Creating Siebel ADM Deployment Units from Database Types” on page 65 . The deployment filter allows the migration of specially selected records of a particular data type. It is recommended to use a filter for each data type. For more information about deployment filters, see “About ADM Deployment Filters” on page 70 . You can also create ADM deployment filters based on predefined queries (PDQs). For information on this task, see “Creating ADM Deployment Filters with PDQs” on page 71 . To create an ADM deployment filter 1 Navigate to the Application Deployment Manager screen, then the Deployment Projects view. 2 In the Deployment Projects list, select the project of interest. 3 In the Deployment Project data types list, select the data type of interest. 4 In the Deployment Filter field, create a search expression to filter only those items of a data type matching the condition for migration. NOTE: For more information on the format for deployment filters, see “About ADM Deployment Filters” on page 70 . 5 To make sure the filter is accurate, click the Validate Filter button. Creating ADM Deployment Filters with PDQs Creating ADM deployment filters with predefined queries (PDQs) provides an alternate means of identifying specific records of a particular data type for deployment. This task is a step in “Consolidating Siebel ADM Data Types into Deployment Units” on page 65 . For information on querying and PDQs, see Siebel Fundamentals . For more information on creating deployment filters alone, see “Creating ADM Deployment Filters” on page 71 and “About ADM Deployment Filters” on page 70 .
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Siebel Application Deployment Manager Guide Version 8.1, Rev. B Creating a Siebel ADM Package Process of Creating Siebel ADM Deployment Units from Database Types 72 To create ADM deployment filters with PDQs 1 In the corresponding view of the data you want to deploy, query for the records of interest.
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