144 Integrating IBM Tivoli Workload Scheduler Suite and Content Manager OnDemand
Here are the options you can use when locating information in the document you
String: Contains the information (search string) to be found. Up to 32 search
strings can be saved in the drop-down list. The least recently used string will
drop out of the list, and the new one will be added to the top of the list. The
string can include blanks, but a match might not be found, even if the two
strings are separated by a blank in the document. The Find dialog box
searches the data portion of the list of folders, the document, the note, or the
list of recipients; it does not search the artwork included with the document.
Artwork can include such things as images, electronic forms, or logos.
Case Sensitive: Locates the search string with the combination of upper- and
Field: Searches a field for the search string, allowing you to limit the scope of
a search. For example, you want OnDemand to show you the occurrences of
the value 1000 only when it appears in the Loan Amount field. The fields you
can search are listed in the Field list.
Here are the commands you can use when locating information in the document
you are viewing:
Find: Locates the first folder name, page, note, or item in the document list
that contains the string that you specified. The first occurrence of the string
will be highlighted.
Find All: Locates all occurrences of the search string in a line data document
or in the document list. In a line data document, after completing the search,
OnDemand splits the viewing window into two parts: the document and the
list of occurrences. You can move directly to an occurrence in the document
by double-clicking on the line number in the occurrence window. If the
document you are viewing was loaded using large object support, then
OnDemand can automatically search the entire document. From the
document list, the client selects all of the items that contain the search string
that you specified.
Cancel: Closes the Find dialog box without performing a search.
Note: The Find command searches the data portion of the document; it does
not search the artwork included with the document. Artwork can include such
things as images, electronic forms, or logos.
Note: To enter characters that are not available on your keyboard, press and
hold the Alt key and use the numeric keypad to type in the ASCII code number
(33 to 255) for the character, then release the Alt key.