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D.4 Search
WebSphere Information Integrator Content Edition provides for different search
types such as simple text search, form-based search, and compound search.
This section lists a typical interaction involving the use of compound search.
1. We have enabled single sign-on, so the user logs on with the fully qualified
distinguished name as shown in Figure D-18.
Figure D-18 Web Client logon window
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2. Figure D-19 lists the repositories accessible by this workspace in the content
list pane. Click Advanced Search.
Figure D-19 Web Client main window - Advanced Search
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3. Click the Compound Search tab, and from the Search Data Map pull-down
list, select CISearch.
Figure D-20 Compound Search - select Search Data Map
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4. From the Property Search Criteria pull-down menus, select First Name and
Like, and type Alex* in the Value field as shown in Figure D-21. Then click
Search.
Figure D-21 Compound Search - specify search criteria
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5. The search results appear in the content list pane as shown in Figure D-22.
Click on an entry in the content list to preview it.
Figure D-22 Compound Search - search results

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