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Vladimir
Pearl

How to query a "usercheck_interaction_name"?

I could not figure out what parameters could be provided and in what form, to get this filter to display anything:

Trying *; "Blocked Message"; "Blocked_Message"; "Blocked*"; "blocked_message"; "blocked*"; blocked*; blocked_message, yields nothing. 

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Re: How to query a "usercheck_interaction_name"?

What are you trying to achieve? If checking the logs with the same blocking message, you could try using message UID or the next field, UserCheck Reference and its ID

Vladimir
Pearl

Re: How to query a "usercheck_interaction_name"?

Trying to create an event that will trigger the alarm on Block action to send notification to the admin containing data in those other fields you are mentioning.

Re: How to query a "usercheck_interaction_name"?

Okay, let me know if it works

Vladimir
Pearl

Re: How to query a "usercheck_interaction_name"?

Thanks, will do. As soon as someone'll point out how to filter those fields properly and confirm that it actually works.

Employee
Employee

Re: How to query a "usercheck_interaction_name"?

I've checked the code behavior and found that both "usercheck_interaction_name" and "usercheck_userinput" are indexed as free text, which means you can only search their values without mentioning the field name.

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Vladimir
Pearl

Re: How to query a "usercheck_interaction_name"?

Thank you.

So the "usercheck_interaction_name" and "usercheck_userinput" are included in the fields erroneously?

If so, this represents a problem, as I am trying to create an event capable of notifying the admins about "Blocked Messages" and it requires having a field: