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Quick Search Panel
The Quick Search filter on browses lets you search for a value across all of the fields in the browse.

Quick Search Filter
Use the *Search For option from the Search pull-down list to retrieve all the results that contain the search value in any of the columns. This option is useful as a quick search, and also when you have details for a record which cannot be searched using any of the existing filters. You can use this filter for all browses.
For example, if you are browsing customer records and use Search For to retrieve the value 1234, the results display all records for which 1234 is found in any of the record columns (for example, customer code, postal code, or site code).
You can use the Contains, Starts With, or Equals operators with the Search For filter.
You can also create groups of browses for quick search purposes.
By default, the browse groups area of the panel is empty. Create a new browse group by right-clicking on the panel and selecting New to create a new browse folder.
You can add individual browses or browse collections by selecting the folder and dragging and dropping browses from the Applications panel.

Quick Search Panel
Enter a search term in the Quick Search field and press Enter to search the browses contained in the folder for the term.
This option searches integers and text strings only and does not retrieve dates.
Note: Searches on certain types of browses (browses with outer-joined tables) can result in some results appearing to have blank descriptions. A full set of browse records is displayed, but only the descriptions that satisfy the Description search criteria are rendered (blanks appear in the cells of the other rows).