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09 Nov 2011   #11

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TypeOfBs="property management" is also part of the criteria
so "property management" isn't included. Nor is "property management 123"

Logic isn't it?

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09 Nov 2011   #12

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OK - I got it! I changed TypeOfBs to: like *property management* and the missing records came up! Thanks Kaktussoft!
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