IE Search

When you do an IE search there is several filters available for you. All works in they way that if you do not fill in any under a certain group, all those filters will be off. eg showing all.

  1. In the ribbon menu, Select the tab IE Search.

  2. Under the IE Type group you can select filters for the IE types : XML Document, Graphic, File and MAP. If you select one or more of these, only those marked will be shown in the result.

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    If you select all it is the same as none.

  3. Under the Status group you can add filter for Draft, Review, Obsolete and Valid. If Valid selected, you can optionally also choose between Approved, For Translation and Translated.

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    If you select all it is the same as none.

  4. Under the Information Type group you can add filters based on "Information Type", "Sub Information Type", "Assigned to" and "Valid from date".

  5. Under the Configurations group you can add filters based on Configuration.

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    The Description list only show the currently active configurations. To change filter for configurations click the button.

    When you change configuration the following window comes up.

    • From each of the Combo boxes named "Based Data 1" to "Based Data 8" select one or more configurations. After each selection, click on the AddNew button to add it to the list.

    • If you by mistake select wrong config, mark it in the "Description" list and click the Delete button to remove it again.

    • When you are finished, click the OK button to verify your specification or the Cancel button to cancel.

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    The "Base Data X" titles are implementation specific and might be different in the implementation of kentucky you are working in.

  6. Under the Attributes group you can add filters based on Attributes.

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    The Attributes list only show the currently active. To change filter for attributes click the button.

    • Select an attribute in the left view.

    • Fill in it's value in the right view.

    • Click the Add button to add it to the list.

    • Repeat for each extra attribute you want to use.

    • If you by mistake add the wrong attribute, select it in the list and click the Remove button.

    • When you are finished, click the OK button to verify your specification or the Cancel button to cancel.

  7. Under the Id group you search for a specific topic, either based on the internal kentucky Id or if your implementation has external id's configured, you can also select to search for that.

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    The initial letter in topic numbers (D, G, F, S) is not needed, they will be added if you do not, same with initial zeros. You do not need to fill in the hole topic number, if you for example input 99, all topics which topic number contains 99 will be listed.

  8. Under the Title group you specify Title and/or Sub Title to search for. You can optionally also select only latest version to limit the result even more.

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    You do not need to fill in the complete title or sub title. If you input only one word or a few letters in a word, all topics containing those words or combination of letters will be listed. If you specify more than one word, those words must be part of the title/sub title in the order you input them. eg. kentucky do not support multi word search like google do.

  9. Click on the Search button to start the search.

  10. If you want to start over and make another filter, you can click on the Clear All button.

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