A search interface enables you to control record search behavior for groups of one or more properties and dimensions.

A search interface may also contain:

Some of the features that can be specified for a search interface include:

You can use a search interface to control the behavior of search against a single property or dimension, or to simultaneously search across multiple properties and dimensions.

For example, if a data set contains both an Actor property and Director dimension, a search interface can provide the user the ability to search for a person’s name in both. A search interface’s name is used just like a normal property or dimension when performing record searches. By default, a record search query on a search interface returns results that match any of the properties or dimensions in the interface.

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