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StevenClark2's avatar
StevenClark2
Qrew Member
4 years ago

.HAS. Operator

Noob here.  I have tried every which way (yet the correct way) to write:
{'14'.HAS.'Pre-PWO;Possession'}
A list of string values.

I searched this community for ".HAS.", but no luck.  Can someone point me in the right direction?

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Steve
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3 Replies

  • Can you say in words what you are testing for?

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  • KirkTrachy1's avatar
    KirkTrachy1
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    Hi Steve:

    If you are using the Multi-Select Text you have to use XHAS.  If you are using a List - User field you have to use HAS. 

    See API: https://help.quickbase.com/api-guide/do_query.html


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    • StevenClark2's avatar
      StevenClark2
      Qrew Member
      Thankyou Kirk-

      I appreciate the help.  from your info, it looks like I had it write, syntactically.  It must be something else.

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      You're a good man, Steve
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