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|How do Saved Searches work?|
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How do Saved Searches work?
Saved Searches are a powerful feature of the Queue tab of the InfraWare Management Console (IMC). They are also used in the Secure Web Portal. Users can create as many Saved Searches as needed to quickly display jobs meeting certain criteria.
Saved Searches are unique to each InfraWare user. In addition to identifying which jobs are displayed, a Saved Search can include:
A special Saved Search called [DEFAULT] exists for each user. This is the criteria which is applied upon initial loading of the Queue before other criteria is specified by the user. The user can modify this Saved Search to accommodate their preferences. Another special Saved Search which exists for each user is called [RETURN ALL]. As the name implies, this is a quick way to display all jobs without regard to any filter criteria.
Creating New Saved Searches and Modifying Existing Ones
|How can I specify criteria for Saved Searches in IMC or Secure Web Portal?
Specifying criteria for rows and columns in saved searches
|How do I manage Saved Searches?
How to Manage Saved Searches
|How do I Administer Saved Searches for Others?
How to Administer Saved Searches for Others
|How can I copy Saved Searches to other Users?
How to copy a saved search
|How do I delete a Saved Search?
Deleting a Saved Search
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