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Search the system for a specific SYS ID sys_id

Search the system for a specific SYS ID sys_id

Search the system for a specific SYS_ID
Search the system for a specific SYSID

OPTION 1: if you have SNUtils Installed

if you have SNUtils installed, you can search for a sys_id like so:



this will load the record. To install SNUtils, see this link

See my other posts on SNUtils

OPTION 2: run your own script


[courtesy of] Shahed Ali Shah

// ******************* // * Search for Sys ID searchIt('e1ce533b1b117c1049c38732f54bcb88');




function searchIt(sys_id) {​​​ gs.print('Searching for ' + sys_id); var baseTables = new GlideRecord('sys_db_object'); baseTables.addEncodedQuery('super_classISEMPTY^nameNOT LIKEts_c_^nameNOT LIKEsysx_^nameNOT LIKEv_'); baseTables.addEncodedQuery('sys_scope=global^NQaccess=public^read_access=true'); // avoid the scope issue trap baseTables.query(); while (baseTables._next()) {​​​ var sTableName = baseTables.getValue('name'); // Does the table have a sys_id field var sd = new GlideRecord('sys_dictionary'); sd.addQuery('name', sTableName); sd.addQuery('element', 'sys_id'); sd.queryNoDomain(); if(!sd.isValid()) continue; if(!sd._next()) continue; // Search the table var grFound = new GlideRecord(sTableName); grFound.addQuery('sys_id', sys_id); grFound.queryNoDomain(); if(grFound._next()) {​​​ gs.print('Found it in ' + grFound.getClassDisplayValue() + ' [' + grFound.getRecordClassName() + '] /' + grFound.getRecordClassName() + '.do?sys_id=' + sys_id); break; }​​​ }​​​ gs.print('End of Search'); }​​​

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