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Pinned topic CICS Performance Summart Record Collection issue?

‏2012-06-07T16:31:29Z |
CICS Explorer V1.1.1.0, CICS PA (3.2) with V3.2.1 plugin.

I am trying to run a report using 16 AORs for a complete day with CICS Explorer and the PA plugin from a PA Historical DB. I keep blowing out the DB2 workspace. The DBAs have tripled the size now (from xxx cylinders of a Mod ? to yyy cylinders), but still getting errors.

Eventually, after getting multiple errors as shown below, the query doesn't complete. Note that the select statement keeps changing. This is from a single request to PA. What's with the changing SQL? Is there a way of calculating how much workspace I would need based on the amount of SMF data somehow?

DB2 workspace started at 4,500 cylinders on a Mod 9
DBAs extended that to add a further 9,000 cylinders on another Mod9.
Explorer Log Extract

#1
Unable to execute SELECT * FROM CPAOPSDD.CPA_EXPLOR41 WHERE APPLID IN ('CICSAB11','CICSAB12','CICSAB13','CICSAB14','CICSAB15','CICSAB16','CICSAB17','CICSAB18','CICSBB11','CICSBB12','CICSBB13','CICSBB14','CICSBB15','CICSBB16','CICSBB17','CICSBB18')

com.ibm.cics.dbfunc.DBUtilities$ReadableDB2SQLException: com.ibm.db2.jcc.am.SqlException: DB2 SQL Error: SQLCODE=-904, SQLSTATE=57011, SQLERRMC=00D70027;00000200;WRKDBPA .DSN32K02, DRIVER=4.7.85
at com.ibm.cics.dbfunc.DB2Host.runQuery(DB2Host.java:338)
at com.ibm.cics.dbfunc.command.Engine.getResultSet(Engine.java:471)
at com.ibm.cics.dbfunc.command.Engine.access$9(Engine.java:467)
at com.ibm.cics.dbfunc.command.Engine$1.run(Engine.java:206)
at com.ibm.cics.dbfunc.command.Engine.start(Engine.java:274)
at com.ibm.cics.dbfunc.command.SQLCommand.start(SQLCommand.java:121)
at com.ibm.cics.pa.ui.remote.RemoteEditorInput$4.run(RemoteEditorInput.java:842)
at org.eclipse.core.internal.jobs.Worker.run(Worker.java:54)
Caused by: com.ibm.db2.jcc.am.SqlException: DB2 SQL Error: SQLCODE=-904, SQLSTATE=57011, SQLERRMC=00D70027;00000200;WRKDBPA .DSN32K02, DRIVER=4.7.85
at com.ibm.db2.jcc.am.dd.a(dd.java:679)
at com.ibm.db2.jcc.am.dd.a(dd.java:60)
at com.ibm.db2.jcc.am.dd.a(dd.java:127)
at com.ibm.db2.jcc.am.nm.c(nm.java:2493)
at com.ibm.db2.jcc.am.nm.a(nm.java:1977)
at com.ibm.db2.jcc.t4.db.n(db.java:801)
at com.ibm.db2.jcc.t4.db.i(db.java:258)
at com.ibm.db2.jcc.t4.db.c(db.java:53)
at com.ibm.db2.jcc.t4.t.c(t.java:44)
at com.ibm.db2.jcc.t4.sb.i(sb.java:147)
at com.ibm.db2.jcc.am.nm.ib(nm.java:1972)
at com.ibm.db2.jcc.am.nm.a(nm.java:2853)
at com.ibm.db2.jcc.am.nm.a(nm.java:635)
at com.ibm.db2.jcc.am.nm.executeQuery(nm.java:619)
at com.ibm.cics.dbfunc.DB2Host.runQuery(DB2Host.java:323)
... 7 more

#2
Unable to execute SELECT * FROM CPAOPSDD.CPA_EXPLOR41 WHERE APPLID IN ('CICSAB11','CICSAB12','CICSAB13','CICSAB14','CICSAB15','CICSAB16','CICSAB17','CICSAB18')

#3
Unable to execute SELECT * FROM CPAOPSDD.CPA_EXPLOR41 WHERE APPLID IN ('CICSAB11','CICSAB12','CICSAB13','CICSAB14','CICSAB15','CICSAB16','CICSAB17','CICSAB18','CICSBB11','CICSBB12','CICSBB13')

#4
Unable to execute SELECT * FROM CPAOPSDD.CPA_EXPLOR41 WHERE APPLID IN ('CICSAB11','CICSAB12','CICSAB13','CICSAB14','CICSAB15','CICSAB16','CICSAB17','CICSAB18','CICSBB11','CICSBB12','CICSBB13','CICSBB14','CICSBB15','CICSBB16','CICSBB17')

#5
Unable to execute SELECT * FROM CPAOPSDD.CPA_EXPLOR41 WHERE APPLID IN ('CICSAB11','CICSAB12','CICSAB13','CICSAB14','CICSAB15','CICSAB16','CICSAB17','CICSAB18','CICSBB11','CICSBB12','CICSBB13','CICSBB14')

#6
Unable to execute SELECT * FROM CPAOPSDD.CPA_EXPLOR41 WHERE APPLID IN ('CICSAB11','CICSAB12','CICSAB13','CICSAB14','CICSAB15','CICSAB16','CICSAB17','CICSAB18','CICSBB11','CICSBB12','CICSBB13','CICSBB14','CICSBB15','CICSBB16')

#7
Unable to execute SELECT * FROM CPAOPSDD.CPA_EXPLOR41 WHERE APPLID IN ('CICSAB11','CICSAB12','CICSAB13','CICSAB14','CICSAB15','CICSAB16','CICSAB17','CICSAB18','CICSBB11')

#8
Unable to execute SELECT * FROM CPAOPSDD.CPA_EXPLOR41 WHERE APPLID IN ('CICSAB11','CICSAB12','CICSAB13','CICSAB14','CICSAB15','CICSAB16','CICSAB17','CICSAB18','CICSBB11','CICSBB12')

#9
Unable to execute SELECT * FROM CPAOPSDD.CPA_EXPLOR41 WHERE APPLID IN ('CICSAB11','CICSAB12','CICSAB13','CICSAB14','CICSAB15','CICSAB16','CICSAB17','CICSAB18','CICSBB11','CICSBB12','CICSBB13','CICSBB14','CICSBB15')
Thanks,

Kevin
Updated on 2012-06-08T13:45:35Z at 2012-06-08T13:45:35Z by kevmeist
  • Colin_Stone
    Colin_Stone
    30 Posts

    Re: CICS Performance Summart Record Collection issue?

    ‏2012-06-07T16:42:56Z  
    Hi Kevin, let me look into the error message you are seeing as it seems a fairly generic one. In the mean time maybe you can change the database preferences so that you only get say 1000 rows back.

    Based upon the SQL being created I am assuming you are clicking on the Applids in the navigator on the left hand side of the perspective and as you select them it is kicking off a query each time.

    Col
  • kevmeist
    kevmeist
    249 Posts

    Re: CICS Performance Summart Record Collection issue?

    ‏2012-06-07T16:51:26Z  
    Hi Kevin, let me look into the error message you are seeing as it seems a fairly generic one. In the mean time maybe you can change the database preferences so that you only get say 1000 rows back.

    Based upon the SQL being created I am assuming you are clicking on the Applids in the navigator on the left hand side of the perspective and as you select them it is kicking off a query each time.

    Col
    Hi Colin,

    Thanks for the response before I posted the message <g>.

    If I am trying to look at a day's worth of log data...is the "Database Retrieval Parameters" only reflect what is downloaded to the PC? So, I would end up keeping downloading more 1,000 entry chunks?

    As far as selecting Applids, I wanted to see all the AOR Type 1 (our designation) and there are 16 of them, so I selected the first, held the shift key down and went down to the bottom of the first set and then (using CTRL) selected the rest. I suppose I would be better off putting a mask in the "Applid" box.

    Regards,

    Kevin
  • kevmeist
    kevmeist
    249 Posts

    Re: CICS Performance Summart Record Collection issue?

    ‏2012-06-07T16:55:18Z  
    • kevmeist
    • ‏2012-06-07T16:51:26Z
    Hi Colin,

    Thanks for the response before I posted the message <g>.

    If I am trying to look at a day's worth of log data...is the "Database Retrieval Parameters" only reflect what is downloaded to the PC? So, I would end up keeping downloading more 1,000 entry chunks?

    As far as selecting Applids, I wanted to see all the AOR Type 1 (our designation) and there are 16 of them, so I selected the first, held the shift key down and went down to the bottom of the first set and then (using CTRL) selected the rest. I suppose I would be better off putting a mask in the "Applid" box.

    Regards,

    Kevin
    Thinking more on what you said, maybe it is better for Explorer PA Plugin to fire off SQL until I hit the "Enter" as it were?

    K
  • Colin_Stone
    Colin_Stone
    30 Posts

    Re: CICS Performance Summart Record Collection issue?

    ‏2012-06-07T17:06:07Z  
    • kevmeist
    • ‏2012-06-07T16:51:26Z
    Hi Colin,

    Thanks for the response before I posted the message <g>.

    If I am trying to look at a day's worth of log data...is the "Database Retrieval Parameters" only reflect what is downloaded to the PC? So, I would end up keeping downloading more 1,000 entry chunks?

    As far as selecting Applids, I wanted to see all the AOR Type 1 (our designation) and there are 16 of them, so I selected the first, held the shift key down and went down to the bottom of the first set and then (using CTRL) selected the rest. I suppose I would be better off putting a mask in the "Applid" box.

    Regards,

    Kevin
    Thanks Kevin.

    Hmm interesting. Delving into DB2 it looks as if there is a resource not being available, namely a table space and some other threads discuss secondary space allocations being set to zero. At this stage I'm in need of a DB2 Adminstrator to check this out. One of your DB2 guys will likely work out the issue quicker than I can find one.

    Yes you are correct my suggestion would only get 1000 rows at a time and I only suggested it to see if it got the plugin running correctly again. Based upon what I have seen on various DB2 threads however it is unlikely to and that it is a more fundamental DB2 issue.

    You last point is also interesting. I would have expected the Ctrl-select operation to select everything before submitting. I'll have a look at what that's up to too. Aha.. You have made a subsequent post regarding that. It's not pressing enter here that causes the submission happens it listens to selection, I'll dig into that.

    Col
  • kevmeist
    kevmeist
    249 Posts

    Re: CICS Performance Summart Record Collection issue?

    ‏2012-06-07T17:15:56Z  
    • kevmeist
    • ‏2012-06-07T16:55:18Z
    Thinking more on what you said, maybe it is better for Explorer PA Plugin to fire off SQL until I hit the "Enter" as it were?

    K
    Sorry, I meant NOT fire off in the previous reply. I did change the qty to 1,000 and see the "retrieve more" button now. So, I suspect (based on seeing your last reply) is that with 10,000 rows (default, I think) for rows to retrieve, DB2 is just running out of workspace building 10,000 rows per each of the 16 AORs? I'm going to try putting it back to 10,000 and see what happens now I have the Applid mask.

    Regards,

    K
  • kevmeist
    kevmeist
    249 Posts

    Re: CICS Performance Summart Record Collection issue?

    ‏2012-06-07T17:22:50Z  
    • kevmeist
    • ‏2012-06-07T17:15:56Z
    Sorry, I meant NOT fire off in the previous reply. I did change the qty to 1,000 and see the "retrieve more" button now. So, I suspect (based on seeing your last reply) is that with 10,000 rows (default, I think) for rows to retrieve, DB2 is just running out of workspace building 10,000 rows per each of the 16 AORs? I'm going to try putting it back to 10,000 and see what happens now I have the Applid mask.

    Regards,

    K
    Much quicker when using the Applid mask. I changed it back to 10,000 rows and it runs fine when using the Applid mask. So, let me pose another question.....when I pull back 10,000 rows I don't see the "Retrieve More" button, so apparently I pull back < 10,000 rows in this query.

    Back to 1,000 rows...if I do that query and pull back 1,000 rows...is that:

    1. 1,000 rows over all of the selected AORs? If so, determined how?
    2. Pulls as many rows from the first x AORs (and therefore 0 from the remainder?).
    3. If I then start looking at performance data, it is only looking at the first 1,000 rows?
    4. Either way, I would think that I have to pull everything in at once to see performance over all the regions, no? IOW, if I only pull some data, then what might I miss?

    Regards,

    K
  • Colin_Stone
    Colin_Stone
    30 Posts

    Re: CICS Performance Summart Record Collection issue?

    ‏2012-06-07T17:33:36Z  
    • kevmeist
    • ‏2012-06-07T17:22:50Z
    Much quicker when using the Applid mask. I changed it back to 10,000 rows and it runs fine when using the Applid mask. So, let me pose another question.....when I pull back 10,000 rows I don't see the "Retrieve More" button, so apparently I pull back < 10,000 rows in this query.

    Back to 1,000 rows...if I do that query and pull back 1,000 rows...is that:

    1. 1,000 rows over all of the selected AORs? If so, determined how?
    2. Pulls as many rows from the first x AORs (and therefore 0 from the remainder?).
    3. If I then start looking at performance data, it is only looking at the first 1,000 rows?
    4. Either way, I would think that I have to pull everything in at once to see performance over all the regions, no? IOW, if I only pull some data, then what might I miss?

    Regards,

    K
    Answer 1.. It pulls back the first 1000 rows based upon the sort order. In this case it is the default sort order of the table which will be startdate, starttime, applid, tran.
    In your scenario you have probably go tsome data for all AOR's

    The reason for having this ability is so that if you have used something like the filter or sort on the sheet view you only need to see the extreme records rather than getting everything back.

    If you wanted to see all the records you would just have to keep pressing more data to get everything back or change the preferences back and rerun the query. It's all very flexible..

    I still have a feeling there may be some "tuning" opportunities on your database based upon the original error but I will try and replicate this scenario to understand what is happening. Also I will look at why so many submissions were made and if this can be made better.

    Thanks
    Col
  • Colin_Stone
    Colin_Stone
    30 Posts

    Re: CICS Performance Summart Record Collection issue?

    ‏2012-06-07T17:33:39Z  
    • kevmeist
    • ‏2012-06-07T17:22:50Z
    Much quicker when using the Applid mask. I changed it back to 10,000 rows and it runs fine when using the Applid mask. So, let me pose another question.....when I pull back 10,000 rows I don't see the "Retrieve More" button, so apparently I pull back < 10,000 rows in this query.

    Back to 1,000 rows...if I do that query and pull back 1,000 rows...is that:

    1. 1,000 rows over all of the selected AORs? If so, determined how?
    2. Pulls as many rows from the first x AORs (and therefore 0 from the remainder?).
    3. If I then start looking at performance data, it is only looking at the first 1,000 rows?
    4. Either way, I would think that I have to pull everything in at once to see performance over all the regions, no? IOW, if I only pull some data, then what might I miss?

    Regards,

    K
    Answer 1.. It pulls back the first 1000 rows based upon the sort order. In this case it is the default sort order of the table which will be startdate, starttime, applid, tran.
    In your scenario you have probably go tsome data for all AOR's

    The reason for having this ability is so that if you have used something like the filter or sort on the sheet view you only need to see the extreme records rather than getting everything back.

    If you wanted to see all the records you would just have to keep pressing more data to get everything back or change the preferences back and rerun the query. It's all very flexible..

    I still have a feeling there may be some "tuning" opportunities on your database based upon the original error but I will try and replicate this scenario to understand what is happening. Also I will look at why so many submissions were made and if this can be made better.

    Thanks
    Col
  • kevmeist
    kevmeist
    249 Posts

    Re: CICS Performance Summart Record Collection issue?

    ‏2012-06-07T17:37:18Z  
    • kevmeist
    • ‏2012-06-07T17:22:50Z
    Much quicker when using the Applid mask. I changed it back to 10,000 rows and it runs fine when using the Applid mask. So, let me pose another question.....when I pull back 10,000 rows I don't see the "Retrieve More" button, so apparently I pull back < 10,000 rows in this query.

    Back to 1,000 rows...if I do that query and pull back 1,000 rows...is that:

    1. 1,000 rows over all of the selected AORs? If so, determined how?
    2. Pulls as many rows from the first x AORs (and therefore 0 from the remainder?).
    3. If I then start looking at performance data, it is only looking at the first 1,000 rows?
    4. Either way, I would think that I have to pull everything in at once to see performance over all the regions, no? IOW, if I only pull some data, then what might I miss?

    Regards,

    K
    Apparently, I spoke too soon. I didn't notice that with the Applid box filtering only my AOR Type 1s, I missed that a single AOR was selected (it is a "muted gray" selection as opposed to blocked in a color) so I missed that. When I then go back and select all 16 AORs, I see the SQL error again:

    com.ibm.cics.dbfunc.DBUtilities$ReadableDB2SQLException: com.ibm.db2.jcc.am.SqlException: DB2 SQL Error: SQLCODE=-904, SQLSTATE=57011, SQLERRMC=00D70027;00000200;WRKDBPA .DSN32K01, DRIVER=4.7.85.

    Seems to me that if I select a set of Applids, then an SQL command is fired off immediately. So, looks like this:

    Unable to execute SELECT * FROM CPAOPSDD.CPA_EXPLOR41 WHERE APPLID IN ('CICSAB11','CICSAB12','CICSAB13','CICSAB14','CICSAB15','CICSAB16','CICSAB17','CICSAB18','CICSBB11','CICSBB12','CICSBB13','CICSBB14','CICSBB15','CICSBB16','CICSBB17','CICSBB18')

    What if I wanted to select like this:

    SELECT DISTINCT(APPLID),TRAN,COUNT(TRAN) FROM CPAOPSDD.CPA_EXPLOR41 WHERE (TRAN LIKE 'QW%%' AND APPLID LIKE ('CICS*B1*')) GROUP BY APPLID,TRAN (maybe this SQL is totally right as I am not a DB2 person, but I think you understand what I am getting at)...then it seems I have to do this in 2 "chunks" or maybe I am misunderstanding how to drive the PA plugin?

    BTW, I think you are on the list when I visit Hursley in September. Looking forward to meeting you all.

    Regards,

    K
  • kevmeist
    kevmeist
    249 Posts

    Re: CICS Performance Summart Record Collection issue?

    ‏2012-06-07T18:02:54Z  
    • kevmeist
    • ‏2012-06-07T17:37:18Z
    Apparently, I spoke too soon. I didn't notice that with the Applid box filtering only my AOR Type 1s, I missed that a single AOR was selected (it is a "muted gray" selection as opposed to blocked in a color) so I missed that. When I then go back and select all 16 AORs, I see the SQL error again:

    com.ibm.cics.dbfunc.DBUtilities$ReadableDB2SQLException: com.ibm.db2.jcc.am.SqlException: DB2 SQL Error: SQLCODE=-904, SQLSTATE=57011, SQLERRMC=00D70027;00000200;WRKDBPA .DSN32K01, DRIVER=4.7.85.

    Seems to me that if I select a set of Applids, then an SQL command is fired off immediately. So, looks like this:

    Unable to execute SELECT * FROM CPAOPSDD.CPA_EXPLOR41 WHERE APPLID IN ('CICSAB11','CICSAB12','CICSAB13','CICSAB14','CICSAB15','CICSAB16','CICSAB17','CICSAB18','CICSBB11','CICSBB12','CICSBB13','CICSBB14','CICSBB15','CICSBB16','CICSBB17','CICSBB18')

    What if I wanted to select like this:

    SELECT DISTINCT(APPLID),TRAN,COUNT(TRAN) FROM CPAOPSDD.CPA_EXPLOR41 WHERE (TRAN LIKE 'QW%%' AND APPLID LIKE ('CICS*B1*')) GROUP BY APPLID,TRAN (maybe this SQL is totally right as I am not a DB2 person, but I think you understand what I am getting at)...then it seems I have to do this in 2 "chunks" or maybe I am misunderstanding how to drive the PA plugin?

    BTW, I think you are on the list when I visit Hursley in September. Looking forward to meeting you all.

    Regards,

    K
    BTW, when 10,000 rows used as the preference, it pulls back about 6 days of log data here. The total amount that can be pulled back (today) is May 03 through June 06. So, flexible though PA may be, I have to "retrieve more" 6 times to get that lot retrieved (53,504 rows). Maybe there is a better way? When looking at Daily CICS Response time can I then filter the graph, so that I only see response above, say 0.03 (without resorting to running a specific query at the mainframe and then using PA to view it? I suppose I could sort the spreadsheet view by response time descending and only then select above a certain time value?

    I'd hate to be one of those shops with hundreds om million TPD, we do about 10M a day here.

    Regards,

    K
  • kevmeist
    kevmeist
    249 Posts

    Re: CICS Performance Summart Record Collection issue?

    ‏2012-06-07T18:54:03Z  
    • kevmeist
    • ‏2012-06-07T18:02:54Z
    BTW, when 10,000 rows used as the preference, it pulls back about 6 days of log data here. The total amount that can be pulled back (today) is May 03 through June 06. So, flexible though PA may be, I have to "retrieve more" 6 times to get that lot retrieved (53,504 rows). Maybe there is a better way? When looking at Daily CICS Response time can I then filter the graph, so that I only see response above, say 0.03 (without resorting to running a specific query at the mainframe and then using PA to view it? I suppose I could sort the spreadsheet view by response time descending and only then select above a certain time value?

    I'd hate to be one of those shops with hundreds om million TPD, we do about 10M a day here.

    Regards,

    K
    OK, another question (trying to interpret what PA is showing me). I pulled daily stats from May 3rd to June 6 taken at 15 minute intervals. Then sorted descending on CICS Response time. The selected by row anything that was 0.2 or above. Then did a Performance History/CICS Response Time.

    I see the 15 bars relating to the rows selected. For example, the left column shows QW(3338) with a little over 1.5 seconds as the response time. The vast majority in the time period selected above are 0.19 and below). So, interpretation of the QW(3338):

    Does the PA graph mean 3338 QW transactions ran in that 15 minute time period with an average of 1.5 seconds? Max of 1.5 seconds?

    Regards,

    K
  • Colin_Stone
    Colin_Stone
    30 Posts

    Re: CICS Performance Summart Record Collection issue?

    ‏2012-06-08T07:44:16Z  
    • kevmeist
    • ‏2012-06-07T18:02:54Z
    BTW, when 10,000 rows used as the preference, it pulls back about 6 days of log data here. The total amount that can be pulled back (today) is May 03 through June 06. So, flexible though PA may be, I have to "retrieve more" 6 times to get that lot retrieved (53,504 rows). Maybe there is a better way? When looking at Daily CICS Response time can I then filter the graph, so that I only see response above, say 0.03 (without resorting to running a specific query at the mainframe and then using PA to view it? I suppose I could sort the spreadsheet view by response time descending and only then select above a certain time value?

    I'd hate to be one of those shops with hundreds om million TPD, we do about 10M a day here.

    Regards,

    K
    Hi Kevin.

    Yes this is a good example of why we have introduced the filter in the sheet view for PA plugin 321 and limited the number of rows returned so that you can then sort. It is with those big shops in mind we did this.

    Try the filter out, it is context sensitive so for example you can type Response time average>0.03 and limit the rows returned then as you say sort
    Col
  • Colin_Stone
    Colin_Stone
    30 Posts

    Re: CICS Performance Summart Record Collection issue?

    ‏2012-06-08T07:51:59Z  
    • kevmeist
    • ‏2012-06-07T18:54:03Z
    OK, another question (trying to interpret what PA is showing me). I pulled daily stats from May 3rd to June 6 taken at 15 minute intervals. Then sorted descending on CICS Response time. The selected by row anything that was 0.2 or above. Then did a Performance History/CICS Response Time.

    I see the 15 bars relating to the rows selected. For example, the left column shows QW(3338) with a little over 1.5 seconds as the response time. The vast majority in the time period selected above are 0.19 and below). So, interpretation of the QW(3338):

    Does the PA graph mean 3338 QW transactions ran in that 15 minute time period with an average of 1.5 seconds? Max of 1.5 seconds?

    Regards,

    K
    Yes it's the average. So you had 3338 instances of transaction QW during those 15 minutes and the average reponse time of those comes out as 1.5 seconds.
    Col
  • kevmeist
    kevmeist
    249 Posts

    Re: CICS Performance Summart Record Collection issue?

    ‏2012-06-08T13:41:34Z  
    Yes it's the average. So you had 3338 instances of transaction QW during those 15 minutes and the average reponse time of those comes out as 1.5 seconds.
    Col
    Hi Colin,

    Thanks for all of your help/answers. I'm playing with the filter now. I see the Ctrl/Space tip in the Help though. I like the filter a lot! Thanks!

    Regards,

    Kevin
  • kevmeist
    kevmeist
    249 Posts

    Re: CICS Performance Summart Record Collection issue?

    ‏2012-06-08T13:45:35Z  
    • kevmeist
    • ‏2012-06-08T13:41:34Z
    Hi Colin,

    Thanks for all of your help/answers. I'm playing with the filter now. I see the Ctrl/Space tip in the Help though. I like the filter a lot! Thanks!

    Regards,

    Kevin
    Hi Colin,

    Thanks for all of your help/answers. I'm playing with the filter now. I see the Ctrl/Space tip in the Help though. I like the filter a lot! Thanks!

    Regards,

    Kevin