This Fix Pack fixes two issues.
When an Azure Active Directory user display name contains brackets, for example [Test] User and you execute the UMUser > Get Users SmartObject and search for “[Test]”, no results return.
When you execute a SmartObject method with a filter using brackets, no data returns. For example, if you have a serial number for an item with the value 1_5 and you add a filter to Start with 1[_], the expected result is for all rows to return where the first two characters are 1_, but no data returns.
The fix is available in the following K2 versions:
|K2 4.7 December 2019 Cumulative Update||K2 Five (5.0) December 2019 Cumulative Update||K2 Five (5.1) November 2018 Cumulative Update||K2 Five (5.2) May 2019 Cumulative Update||K2 Five (5.3)|
|X||X||Fix Pack 33||X||X|
If you specify a ‘Starts with’ condition with an underscore in the filter, for example 2_, the correct results will now return which are only records starting with 2_. This was previously handled as a ‘Contains’ instead of ‘Starts with’ and used to return all records where 2_ existed.