Use this dialog to find items or folders you want to add to a worksheet. This is useful when you have a large business area, or want to add items from different business areas without having to navigate to those business areas.
For example, you might want to search for folders that begin with the letter 'C', or search for items that contain the text 'Transaction'.
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Use this drop down list to specify which business area you want to search. To search all business areas in the current End User Layer, choose the 'All Business Areas' option.
Use this drop down list to specify how you want to match items. For example, choose 'Starts With' and enter 'T' as a Search for value to find only items beginning with the letter 'T'.
Use this field to enter the text you want to match against. For example, enter 'T' here and choose Starts With in the Search by drop down list to find only items beginning the letter 'T'.
Use this button to start the search according to the search criteria that you have specified, and display matching items and folders in the Results list below.
Use this check box to specify whether you want to match upper and lowercase letters exactly when searching (for example, when selected, the search term 'New York' would find 'New York', but would not find 'NEW YORK', 'new york', or 'new York').
This list displays items that match the search criteria that you have specified. Use this list to choose items you want to add to the worksheet.
To select items from the Results list, do one of the following:
double-click on an item in the Results list to select the item in the "Edit Worksheet dialog: Select Items tab"
select an item in the Results list and click OK to return to the "Edit Worksheet dialog: Select Items tab"
When you select an item in the Results list, the item is highlighted in the Available list in the Item Navigator. To select the item, move the item from the Available list to the Selected list.
Note: You can only select items from grayed in folders in the Available list. For more information, see the Discoverer manager.