Specify the conditions to be applied to each document in the searched applications to determine if they should be shown in the search results. Each condition contains three parts: the application's metadata field, the operator used for the comparison and the data value to be used. These conditions for each application can be grouped using parentheses and combined using the conjunction operators (and/or) to form complex conditions.
Access the Create Search Conditions page by clicking Next on the Create Search Results Formatting page or by clicking Conditions in the Navigation Train.
The following table describes the elements available on the page.
|Moves the selected condition up one row.|
|Moves the selected condition down one row.|
|Displays a dialog window requesting confirmation to remove the selected condition.|
|(||Opening parenthesis for beginning conditional grouping.|
|Field||Selects the application field to be used in the condition.|
|Operator||Selects the operator used for the search. Available operators depend on the data type of the application selected.|
|Value||A search condition value is the value that the selected Field is being compared to. This value can be one of the following:
|Modify Value Icon||Displays a dialog window with options for modifying value types.|
|)||Closing parenthesis for ending conditional grouping.|
|Conjunction||Logical operator for grouping together the smaller condition elements.