If there a way from an If to test and see if the current found set is what you need it to be (or was)? Lets say I have 2 types of records in a database; the RecType field is either 'IND' or 'ORG'. I need the If to detect whether or not the current found set is the result of a specific find (RecType = 'IND'). I should probably mention that I am trying to duplicate something that is working in CDML. In other words something like...
If Status(CurrentFilteredStatus) = True
If Status(Current-FindValueItem) = "IND" And Status(Current-FindOpItem) = "="
' do nothing
' re-apply filter
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