Solved120 views5th July 2023Dashboards gquery 1 Bruno Sousa [DevOps Advocate]549 4th July 2023 0 Comments Hello Anyone can help with a GQuery sintax to get a table from Dataminer containing all the "paused" elements with name containing "edt*" or "pl*"? Thank you. Best regards Bruno Sousa Bruno Sousa [DevOps Advocate] Selected answer as best 5th July 2023 1 Answer ActiveVotedNewestOldest 3 Reinout Daels [SLC] [DevOps Advocate]374 Posted 4th July 2023 5 Comments Hi Bruno, We currently do not support 'OR' clauses yet on the Filter operator, but you can work around that using regex filtering with the '|' as an 'OR' operator. The complete query could look something like this: Bruno Sousa [DevOps Advocate] Selected answer as best 5th July 2023 Miguel Obregon [SLC] [DevOps Enabler] commented 4th July 2023 Hi, If I see the condition in more detail, it seems that Bruno would like to include elements starting with “edt” or with “pl”. If this is the case, you should use as regex: ^edt|^pl Reinout Daels [SLC] [DevOps Advocate] commented 5th July 2023 This does seem more correct indeed, thanks for the addition Bruno Sousa [DevOps Advocate] commented 5th July 2023 Hi Not getting the result but I think is an issue on the regex.. I need a regex that includes elements that has in the “middle” of the name “edt” and “pl” for example: MVT1EDT001 or LIS2PLX002 Can you help? Thank you, Best regards Bruno Sousa Reinout Daels [SLC] [DevOps Advocate] commented 5th July 2023 Hi Bruno, If the ‘edt’ and ‘pl’ should be allowed in any position in the name, this should work with the original query I posted. In case they need to appear explicitly “in the middle” of the name (so not at the beginning or end), you can use .edt.|.pl. as regex. Hope this helps Bruno Sousa [DevOps Advocate] commented 5th July 2023 Is working now! Thank you both! BR Bruno Sousa Please login to be able to comment or post an answer.