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Search facility created by DataAssist

Thread began 12/27/2012 9:24 am by mrs | Last modified 12/27/2012 12:23 pm by Ray Borduin | 316 views | 1 replies |

mrs

Search facility created by DataAssist

Is it possible to create a search box within DataAssist that searches all database columns with one single form field rather than having one form field per database column, or is this something that has to be manually coded?

If it is something that needs to be manually coded, can I get DataAssist to create a search page for all the columns I need searching, then manually tie it altogether in one text box form field?

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Ray BorduinWebAssist

You can do it with the Database Search wizard or server behavior. If you use the search type "keyword" it will allow you to multi-select columns to search. I think the only limitation is that all the columns would have to be the same data type, so you couldn't have a bunch of varchar and integer columns in the same search since it would give an error when searching an integer column with a text value.

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