I'm trying to find what ICM scripts have not been used in the last month.
Presumably, if one were to run the following query just before midnight each day for a period of time, one would learn what scripts were not run each day during that period.
What it shows is the scripts that have no calls yet today (even though the query asks about the last month)
select R.ScriptID, R.DateTime, R.Calls, M.EnterpriseName from Script_Real_Time R, Script S, Master_Script M where R.DateTime > '2010-02-26' and R.Calls = 0 and S.ScriptID = R.ScriptID and S.MasterScriptID = M.MasterScriptID and S.Version = M.CurrentVersion order by R.ScriptID
Is there a more efficient way to see what scripts have not been used in the last month than running this query nightly for the next 30 days?
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