Searching for Registers

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Registers are always located in a folder. If you want to search for a register, you will need to open the folder type which contains the register in the object search. You cannot run a register search across multiple folder types.

You can search for registers if you want to list registers and then go deeper into the register structures.

You can sort the hit list in the results window.

You can define which fields of the index data form will be used as list columns.

The search form may contain a full text section. You can enter the terms you want to search for in the full-text index here. The full-text index contains all terms from the register index data. You can combine terms logically and use placeholders (see Full-Text Searches – Combinations and Placeholders).

To open the description, click Help in the Full text area.

The Index data ribbon tab contains the following functions:

Ribbon group Description
Combined search
Combined search – Add – Icon


Search forms can be combined (see Combined Queries).

Combined search – Remove – Icon


After combining search forms, you can remove the search form from the top tab.


Combined search – Execute – Icon


Starts the search.

Combined search – Calculate number – Icon

Calculate number

Display the number of hits which match your search criteria.

Combined search – Save – Icon


Stores the search form or the combined search forms as a query (see Saved Searches).

Combined search – Subscribe – Icon


Subscribes to a query (see Subscribing to Searches).

Combined search – Reset page – Icon

Reset page

All entries in the search form fields on the top tab will be deleted.

Combined queries – Reset query – Icon

Reset query

In a combined request, all entries in the fields of all search forms will be deleted (see Combined Queries).

Editing Reference Documents

Combined search – Expert mode – Icon

Expert mode

Opens the search form in expert mode, where you can create logical conditions used to query the index data of fields (see Queries in Expert Mode).

Combined search – Variables – Icon


Starts the process for saving a query as a 'Query with variables' (see Queries with variables ).

All functions are also available in the context menu of the index data form.

If you choose the Folder list option in the Query behavior area (see 'Query behavior' area ), you will be shown a list of folders in which the queried registers are found. Select the Document list option, and you will be shown a list of documents located in the queried registers and documents that are not located in any register.