Search

Use the search functionality in an object browser to find objects in the 1010data Insights Platform.

Although this topic explains the search functionality within the Object Manager, search is available throughout the 1010data Insights Platform anytime an object browser is displayed. While the functionality is the same, depending on the tool or window being used, the Search field may appear either above or below the object browser.

In the Object Manager, the Search field is located above the object browser.

Figure: Search field in the Object Manager

The Object Manager will display all of the folders, tables, queries, and reports whose titles, names, or paths match the text you entered in the Search field. For an explanation of the differences between titles, names, and paths, see Information dialog.

Note: The search is not case sensitive, and partial matches are listed.

See the example below for further details about search results.

Example

The below example shows the results of entering train in the Search field.

All of the tables and folders that contain train either in their names, titles, or paths are displayed in the object browser. The reasons are detailed below:

Training Examples

This folder is listed because both its title (Training Examples) and its name (training) contain the search string train.

Retail

This folder is listed because it is a subfolder of the Training Examples folder, and therefore its path (training.retail) contains the search string train, even though its title does not.

My Training Examples

This folder is listed because its title (My Training Examples) contains the search string train, even though its name and path do not (retaildemo.randd.username.searchexample).

Patients

Doctors

Doctor Visits

These tables are listed because they are found in the Training Examples folder, and therefore their paths contain the search string train (e.g., training.patients, training.doctors, training.docvisits), even though their titles and names do not.

Store Master

Product Master

Sales Item Detail

These tables are listed because they are found in the Retail folder, which is a subfolder of the Training Examples folder, and therefore their paths contain the search string train (e.g., training.retail.store, training.retail.prod, training.retail.object), even though their titles and names do not.