Searching Repositories - trillium_discovery - 17.2

Trillium Administration Center

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Trillium > Trillium Discovery
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17.2
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Trillium Discovery
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Trillium Administration Center
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How Do I
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First publish date
2008
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2024-02-07
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You can search for some or all repositories residing on the current repository server. Use the Show All option to return a view of all available repositories. Use the Filtered Search option to narrow your search using one or more conditions. For each condition, optionally add one or more sub-groups. Adding a sub-group refines the search by categorizing the results. For example, you can build the following condition and sub-group to find all repositories that have the term Credit Card in the name created by the user dsmith: "Repository Name contains Credit Card" and "Created By equals dsmith".

Note: When creating a filtered search, click Hide to remove the filter panel and see only the summary of your filter criteria. Click Show to display the filter panel.

To search for repositories

  1. Do one of the following:
    • On the navigation menu, click Data Access > Manage Repositories.
    • On the Home page, on the Repositories at-a-glance view, click View All.

    The Find Repository panel opens showing the Show All and Filtered Search options. By default, the Show All search is active and the view populated with all repositories on the current repository server.

    You can also run a quick repository search using the Find Panel on the Home page.

  2. To run a search using conditions:
    1. Click Filtered Search. The conditions panel opens.
    2. Select the ALL (default) or ANY operator to build one or more conditions.
    3. Build your conditions by selecting the metadata (left drop-down list), operators (middle drop-down list), and populating the right text box or drop-down list depending on the metadata and operators you select:
      • Click the repository metadata drop-down list (left) and select one of the following options:

      Repository Name

      Created By

      Built

      Date Created

      Public Cache Size

      Edited By

      Default Profile Pattern

      Date Changed

      Language/Region

       
         
      • Click the operator drop-down list (middle) and select from the available options:

      contains

      equals

      is before

      does not contain

      does not equal

      is before or equals

      starts with

      greater than

      is after

      ends with

      less than

      is after or equals

      Note: Depending on the metadata selected, not all operators are available.
      • In the text box (right), enter the keyword by which to filter the repositories. The text string you enter is not case-sensitive. For some metadata selections, text boxes are replaced with a drop-down list of additional metadata to choose:

      Built:

      Select yes or no to find repositories that have or have not been built.

      Default Profile Pattern:

      Select one of the following pattern types:

      • default
      • rich
      • long
      • Greek
      • Hebrew
      • Turkish

      For more information, see Data Profiling Patterns.

      Language/Region:

      Select the desired locale (your unique language or region identifier) for your collation method.

      Date Created and Date Changed:

      Click the calendar icon () and choose the date the repository was added or changed.

    4. To add a condition, click the Add condition icon ().
    5. To remove a condition, click the Remove condition icon () .
    6. To add a sub-group, click Add Sub-group and add conditions for the group as needed.
    7. To remove a sub-group, click the Remove group icon ().
    8. To remove all conditions and sub-groups and start a new search, click Clear.
    9. Click Find Repositories. Repositories matching the search criteria are listed in the Repositories results tab.
  3. To clear the results, click Show All.
  4. To export search results to a .CSV file, see Exporting Repository Metadata.
  5. To open a repository to review and manage, on the Repositories tab, double-click a row. See Modifying Repository Properties.