WDSC featuer missing from SEU

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When developing a new program with lots of daily changes tracking can be tough. The old SEU had a search by date feature. This was done with the F14 and entering a date. You could then search for code changes made < , > or = th the entered date. I cannot find a way to do this in WDSC.. Is it possible?
ASKED: June 11, 2009  6:45 PM
UPDATED: June 15, 2009  4:51 PM

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Hi,

Just right click in source area and choose Filter View->Date

Regards,
Wilson

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Wilson was right — there are actually two date thingies .. both of value to you
You found – Right Click – Source – Show Date Area
The other – Right Click – Filter View – Date
that will limit displayed lines to the one’s in the date range you specify.
+ sign to the left will/close open hidden code.

Phil

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  • ToddN2000
    I found how to get the date to show but is there a way you search on it. Some of the source code we maintain / modify is from an outside vendor. A last few applications I have had to modify are in excess of 15,000 lines of code. Way to much to look through manually and try and find the last set of mods without a search function.. Any other ideas?
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  • Cwc
    Press Ctrl-Shift-D to search by date. That will bring up a window at the bottom in which you can enter the date you're looking for and how you want to search.
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