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I have noticed that your expression does not have a wildcard but I supporse that you use one as long as you mentioned that not all the records are returned.
Does the WS user who performs the delete operation have access to those records? Do the omitted records have anything in common?
Have the customer generate a list in the browser with the row id and export it to a .csv file. Then write a simple web service delete program that will delete by row id.
This way the customer can be responsable for the creation of the list of objects to be deleted.
Also remember you can bundle up, up to 20 row ids in a single delete WS call. Makes things go much faster that way.
Thanks . All the models for a particular customer have customer number - in common. So If the query can give all the models of that customer i can omit all the models using delete operation .
customer # 1234
model1: t20 externalunique id: 1234 - t20
model2: t40 externalunique id: 1234 - t40
similarly all models of the customer have 1234 - in their external unique Id .So I was trying to perform query using ' LIKE 1234-' here '-' is a wildcard .
But the WS did not give back any result .
Only if we query '1234-t20' then the response document is not null.
I would like to know the query expression in such a scenario.
The WS user trying to perform delete operation has the required permission
Edited by: 963173 on Oct 4, 2012 11:34 PM
if you use a searchspeck like in the below example the query should return all the external unique IDs that begin with 1234
searchspec="[ExternalUniqueID] LIKE '1234*'">
- please make sure that between the square brackets is the name of the field you want to filter on
- make sure that you use * as wilcard