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zfemmer
2021-03-31T18:32:57Z
When searching for folders with the "List Folder(s)", is there a way to have multiple criteria for the "Include folder mask"?

I have 10 folders each having the same structure. The structure is that each folder has subfolders of:
\Inventory\Ready To Process
\Inventory\Processed
\Inventory\Current

I essentially need to search all 10 of those folders for \Inventory\Ready To Process

I know that I can have essentially an OR by doing *Inventory*;*Ready To Process*, but when I do that I get the base folder of \Inventory

Can I use an AND somehow? Meaning can I search for folders that meet both "Inventory" AND "Ready To Process"?

I thought that I could just put *Inventory\Ready To Process*, but that is throwing an error of "Illegal
Support
2021-04-06T12:05:29Z
Originally Posted by: zfemmer 

When searching for folders with the "List Folder(s)", is there a way to have multiple criteria for the "Include folder mask"?

I have 10 folders each having the same structure. The structure is that each folder has subfolders of:
\Inventory\Ready To Process
\Inventory\Processed
\Inventory\Current

I essentially need to search all 10 of those folders for \Inventory\Ready To Process

I know that I can have essentially an OR by doing *Inventory*;*Ready To Process*, but when I do that I get the base folder of \Inventory

Can I use an AND somehow? Meaning can I search for folders that meet both "Inventory" AND "Ready To Process"?

I thought that I could just put *Inventory\Ready To Process*, but that is throwing an error of "Illegal



A semi colon separation of each folder inclusion should work. If it doesn't , please send an email to support@visualcron.com and attach a screenshot of how you've set it up right now

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zfemmer
2021-04-06T13:16:39Z
When putting a semicolon, this searches for both, so it gets the base folder of \Inventory. I only want to see \Inventory\Ready To Process.
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