Bad news is you have to create 2 filters with 2 different names. Then you have to list both filters...
This is because NPrinting has to specificly connect right filter to right connection without guessing which connection is used in report as you can have 2 connections in 1 report!
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From the admin interface, it is possible to create a filter that is applied on fields from different connections. I can specify which connection is used for each field. This is what I would like to do during the import.
And in the previous version of NPrinting, it was possible to import user filters from different connections using the syntax:
I tried this in the value column, but it doesn't work.
The only workaround that seems to be working is to create multiple import tasks, against the same filters, with the update filter setting for the task selected. It is quite cumbersome and harder to maintain, therefore I am seeking a more efficient way I may have missed.
Hi Bruno - I see your point!
rpc - Ruggerro - what do you think? any ideas how we could help Bruno. I think this is quite important topic to discus how it meant to work. For nice & neat NPrinting Apps the way he wants to maintain filters seems to work great! Looking forward to hear from you.