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Restricting Time Column filter in Lists

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Restricting Time Column filter in Lists

Hi All,

 

Is there any way one could restrict the time filter (Say, To let the user see events for only 1-2 months)?

I have noticed View X crashing if the user is trying to see events from the past year or more.

 

Cheers!

 


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JChamberlain
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Re: Restricting Time Column filter in Lists

Nothing built in, although you could build a custom query UI with scrtipting if you really wanted. These might be helpful:

 

 

QueryConfig.JPG

 

That said, ViewX shouldn't crash. Is it actually crashing or just locking up while the query executes? If it's crashing you should raise it with support.

 

If it's just struggling with performance, you might have an underlying problem of slow storage, antivirus, or data density that exceeds operational limitations.

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JChamberlain
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Re: Restricting Time Column filter in Lists

Nothing built in, although you could build a custom query UI with scrtipting if you really wanted. These might be helpful:

 

 

QueryConfig.JPG

 

That said, ViewX shouldn't crash. Is it actually crashing or just locking up while the query executes? If it's crashing you should raise it with support.

 

If it's just struggling with performance, you might have an underlying problem of slow storage, antivirus, or data density that exceeds operational limitations.