displayed by selecting the show all folders option in the Content Manager

Displayed by selecting the show all folders option in

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displayed by selecting the show all folders option in the Content Manager OnDemand client. Server Based Sorting The Server Based Sorting option is used to sort the hit list on the server before it is returned to the client. Text Search Text Search is used to search documents that contain a specific word or phrase before the document hit list is built. Only documents that contain the specified word or phrase are returned as part of the hit list. The search takes place on the server. Important: Some sorting might still occur on the client if any of the following items are true: Multiple application groups are searched. The search query is too long or too complex for a single SQL statement. The user specifies the Append option.
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Chapter 3. Administration 69 Figure 3-9 shows the Text Search option in the Field Definition tab of the Add a Folder window. Figure 3-9 Text Search Using Text Search allows a user to further qualify a search without adding the processing that is associated with adding and maintaining additional index fields to the database. Text search is performed on the documents that match the criteria for the other query fields. For example, if the other query fields are date and account number, a text search is performed on the documents that match the specified date and account number. If the document contains the text search string, it is returned as part of the hit list. Text Search fields are not mapped to database fields. A text search string can be a word or a phrase. Only one text search field can be defined per folder. The only valid search operator is EQUAL. Wildcard searches and pattern searches are allowed. Text search is not case-sensitive.
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70 IBM Content Manager OnDemand Guide 3.1.5 Cabinets A cabinet is a container for folders. You can use cabinets to manage folders and enable users to navigate to folders more easily. A folder can belong to one or more cabinets. 3.1.6 The report wizard So far, we described how to use Content Manager OnDemand reporting tools to create an application group, an application, and a folder as separate actions. There are two ways to define a report to Content Manager OnDemand: Add a separate application group, an application, and a folder. Use the report wizard. This section briefly describes what the report wizard can do. The report wizard defines a report to Content Manager OnDemand by combining the tasks of adding an application group, an application, and a folder into one task. Information for the application, application group, and folder is gathered by answering a series of questions and by using the graphical indexer to define the indexing parameters, the database fields, and the folder fields. To start the report wizard, you click the report wizard button on the main window of the Administrator Client, as shown in Figure 3-10.
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