The Full Text or Simple Search bar uses a "Google-like" toolbar to return full-text search results.
There are three locations where you will find the simple search screen:
- Click Search in the Library tree. The simple search form that appears allows users to search the contents of the entire documents management system using the full text search engine.
- The top right hand corner of the Desktop Application has a quick search bar.
- In a folder view of the Web Client.
To do a simple (full text) search
- In the simple search bar, enter the search term and click Search. You can use the various search request types in your search. The search results are displayed.
Search Results Relevance Ranking
The relevance value (expressed as a percentage) is an approximation of how close the document is to the search criteria.
Indexing Files for Full Text Search
Documents are indexed by the full text search engine on a schedule as set by the records management system’s library administrator. This schedule can be set frequently (every minute) or infrequently (once a week and anywhere in between) as required to support the search activities of users. Documents will not be able to be located by the search engine until the file is indexed. By default this is set to every minute via FileHold server scheduled task, and we do not recommend that this be changed.
The following user activities trigger the full text index to be updated for a document:
- New document(s) or a new version of a document is added to the records management system (both the documents Metadata values and the document content will be indexed).
- Metadata values that are associated with a document are edited (the new Metadata values are added, the old values are removed).
- A document is deleted from the document management system (both Metadata Values and content index entries associated with the document shall be removed)
Note: System Administrators may customize the search engine settings.