Public Sub FilterObjectUse()



   Dim oRecord As CRecord

   Dim orecords As CRecords

   Dim oRecordsFilter As CRecordsFilter

   Dim oRecords2 As IBBRecords2

   

   Set orecords = New CRecords

 

   

   With orecords

       .Init REApplication.SessionContext, tvf_record_UseFilterObject

       Set oRecords2 = orecords

       Set oRecordsFilter = oRecords2.FilterObject

       'Filter criteria

       With oRecordsFilter

           .IncludeConstituentCodes.Add "Alumnus", "AL"

           .IncludeConstituentCodes.Add "Board Member", "BM"

           '.ApplyDateAddedFilter fop_Equals, Date

           .ApplyFirstGiftAmountFilter fop_GreaterThanEqualTo, 5000

       End With

      

       Set oRecordsFilter = Nothing

       MsgBox orecords.Count

       

       For Each oRecord In orecords

           'Enter code for each Record here

           oRecord.CloseDown

       Next oRecord

       Set oRecord = Nothing

       

       .CloseDown

   End With

   Set orecords = Nothing



   

End Sub

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