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If I read the query correctly,
Consumershould be another
StorageVolume, which is almost never the case. You might be looking for
Filesystemobjects (haven't tried:). You might try dropping the class names and just go for
#Provider:::and see what happens...
nice to hear about you again. Thank you for your reply and help. I will try to take a look at it again, as soon as I have time. It didn´t cross my mind, that like this its trying to find out the relation between two different storage volumes.
THANK YOU again. Your hint with DiskDrives helped me to finish the query. I was looking at the whole situation here from different angle.
Have a nice day and enjoy the rest of the summer
Good you have solved it. Out of interest, can you share your query or queries?
Here is my query:
search StorageVolume show key as 'StorageVolumeKey_Provider',
#Provider:StorageUse:Consumer:DiskDrive.#Consumer:StorageUse:Provider:StorageVolume.key as 'StorageVolumeKey_Consumer'
From my point of view and according to the test results, it works OK. But I am still waiting for customer to test it. But now they want me to add some timestamp on the data to be able to see, when the data changed last time.