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Change owner of searches through suitescript?

edited Dec 2, 2019 5:58PM in SuiteCloud / Customization 5 comments

Is it possible for me to run a suitescript search on my search records?

I'd like to find all searches with a specific owner and change the owner to myself.

I tried the below, which doesn't work because I don't know the record type.  Is there a different way to go about doing this?

var filters = new Array();   filters[0] = new nlobjSearchFilter( 'owner', null, 'is', ownerId);     // Return Owner   var columns = new Array();   columns[0] = new nlobjSearchColumn( 'id' );   columns[1] = new nlobjSearchColumn( 'name' );   columns[2] = new nlobjSearchColumn( 'owner' );      // execute the Warrenty search, passing all filters and return columns   var searchresults = nlapiSearchRecord( 'search', null, filters, columns );
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