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Advanced rules are [[http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/SQL|SQL statements]] that that can be fairly complex but are also very powerful. Via the [[Manual.Recordings#manualrecord|Manual Record popup]] they allow you to configure N-PVR to record all shows that match set condition(s). Define a daily recording and channel and set the advanced rules like one of the examples below.
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Advanced rules are [[http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/SQL|SQL statements]] that that can be fairly complex but are also very powerful. Via the [[Manual.Recordings#manualrecord|Manual Record popup]] they allow you to configure NextPVR to record all shows that match set condition(s). Define a daily recording and channel and set the advanced rules like one of the examples below.
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title like '%news%' and time(start_time,'localtime') > time('hh:mm:ss') and time(start_time) < time('hh:mm:ss')
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title like '%news%' and time(start_time,'localtime') > time('hh:mm:ss') and time(start_time,'localtime') < time('hh:mm:ss')
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Advanced rules are [[http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/SQL|SQL statements]] that that can be fairly complex but are also very powerful. Via the [[Manual.Recordings#manualrecord|Manual Record popup]] they allow you to configure N-PVR to record all shows that match set condition(s).
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Advanced rules are [[http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/SQL|SQL statements]] that that can be fairly complex but are also very powerful. Via the [[Manual.Recordings#manualrecord|Manual Record popup]] they allow you to configure N-PVR to record all shows that match set condition(s). Define a daily recording and channel and set the advanced rules like one of the examples below.
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*To record all shows with the 'news' in the title on a particular channel, you can define a daily recording and set the advanced rules to: ''[=title like '%news%'=]''

*To record all shows with the
'news' in the title within a time period set rules to: ''[=title like '%news%' and time(start_time,'localtime') > time('hh:mm:ss') and time(start_time) < time('hh:mm:ss') =]'', where hh:mm:ss represents time.
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* Record all shows with 'news' in the title.

(:source lang=sql -getcode:)
title like '%news%'
(:sourcend:)

* Record all shows with 'news' in the title which fall within a set time period (hh:mm:ss represents a time).

(:source lang=sql -getcode:)
title like
'%news%' and time(start_time,'localtime') > time('hh:mm:ss') and time(start_time) < time('hh:mm:ss')
(:sourcend:)
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*To record all shows with the 'news' in the title within a time period set rules to: ''[=title like '%news%' and time(start_time,'localtime') > time('hh:mm:ss') and time(end_time) < time('hh:mm:ss') =]'', where hh:mm:ss represents time.
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*To record all shows with the 'news' in the title within a time period set rules to: ''[=title like '%news%' and time(start_time,'localtime') > time('hh:mm:ss') and time(start_time) < time('hh:mm:ss') =]'', where hh:mm:ss represents time.
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To record all shows with the 'news' in the title on a particular channel, you can define a daily recording and set the advanced rules to: ''[=title like '%news%'=]''

To record all shows with the 'news' in the title within a time period set rules to: ''[=title like '%news%' and time(start_time,'localtime') > time('hh:mm:ss') and time(end_time) < time('hh:mm:ss') =]'', where hh:mm:ss represents time.
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*To record all shows with the 'news' in the title on a particular channel, you can define a daily recording and set the advanced rules to: ''[=title like '%news%'=]''

*To record all shows with the 'news' in the title within a time period set rules to: ''[=title like '%news%' and time(start_time,'localtime') > time('hh:mm:ss') and time(end_time) < time('hh:mm:ss') =]'', where hh:mm:ss represents time.
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To record all shows with the 'news' in the title within a time period set rules to: ''[=title like '%news%' and substr(start_time,-8,8) > 'hh:mm:ss' and substr(end_time,-8,8) < 'hh:mm:ss' =]'', where hh:mm:ss is (unfortunately) UTC time.
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To record all shows with the 'news' in the title within a time period set rules to: ''[=title like '%news%' and time(start_time,'localtime') > time('hh:mm:ss') and time(end_time) < time('hh:mm:ss') =]'', where hh:mm:ss represents time.
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To record all shows with the 'news' in the title on a particular channel, you can define a daily recording and set the advanced rules to: ''[=title like '%news%'=]''
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To record all shows with the 'news' in the title on a particular channel, you can define a daily recording and set the advanced rules to: ''[=title like '%news%'=]''

To record all shows with the 'news' in the title within a time period set rules to: ''[=title like '%news%' and substr(start_time,-8,8) > 'hh:mm:ss' and substr(end_time,-8,8) < 'hh:mm:ss' =]'', where hh:mm:ss is (unfortunately) UTC time.
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Advanced rules are [[http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/SQL|SQL statements]] that that can be fairly complex but are also very powerful. Via the [[Manual.Recordings#manualrecord|Manual Record popup]] allowing you to configure N-PVR to record all shows that match set condition(s).

!! Example
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Advanced rules are [[http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/SQL|SQL statements]] that that can be fairly complex but are also very powerful. Via the [[Manual.Recordings#manualrecord|Manual Record popup]] they allow you to configure N-PVR to record all shows that match set condition(s).

!! Examples
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To record all shows with the 'news' in the title on a particular channel, you can define a daily recording and set the advanced rules to: [=title like '%news%'=]
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To record all shows with the 'news' in the title on a particular channel, you can define a daily recording and set the advanced rules to: ''[=title like '%news%'=]''
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To record all shows with the 'news' in the title on a particular channel, you can define a daily recording and set the advanced rules to: title like '%news%'"''
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To record all shows with the 'news' in the title on a particular channel, you can define a daily recording and set the advanced rules to: [=title like '%news%'=]
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[[http://forums.gbpvr.com//showthread.php?47875-1.5.31-beta-available-(6th-September)&highlight=advanced%20rules|source]]

''"The 'advanced rules' field that can be used to define some fairly complicated conditional rules
. Eventually I may create a popup to create the rules for people, but for now they can either leave the advanced field alone, or write a sql clause. For example, to record all shows with the 'news' in the title on a particular channel, you can define a daily recording and set the advanced rules to: title like '%news%'"''
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Advanced rules are [[http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/SQL|SQL statements]] that that can be fairly complex but are also very powerful. Via the [[Manual.Recordings#manualrecord|Manual Record popup]] allowing you to configure N-PVR to record all shows that match set condition(s).

!! Example
To
record all shows with the 'news' in the title on a particular channel, you can define a daily recording and set the advanced rules to: title like '%news%'"''
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[[http://forums.gbpvr.com//showthread.php?47875-1.5.31-beta-available-(6th-September)&highlight=advanced%20rules|source]]

''"The 'advanced rules' field that can be used to define some fairly complicated conditional rules. Eventually I may create a popup to create the rules for people, but for now they can either leave the advanced field alone, or write a sql clause. For example, to record all shows with the 'news' in the title on a particular channel, you can define a daily recording and set the advanced rules to: title like '%news%'"''

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