You can open the general help for Designer by select Help from the menu or with the F1 key. The Help menu offers specific help information for each editor.
In addition, a Designer help is available for individual properties of the currently displayed object. Clicking on the help icon changes the cursor into the help icon. Then when you click on a column description, tips for using the column are displayed in the form of tooltips.
|Common\DBConnection\ListLimit||This configuration parameter specifies the number of list entries above which the filter request becomes effective|
|Common\DBConnection\WebListLimit||This configuration parameter specifies the number of list entries above which the filter request in the web front becomes effective.|
A filter dialog box is implemented in the to limit the number of elements displayed in the result list or in control elements with list values (for example, in menus with lists). If the number of results exceeds the limit, a filter dialog box opens.
You can specify the number of entries above which the filter dialog box comes into effect in the configuration parameter "Common\DBConnection\ListLimit". In addition, the current user can use the system setting or enter their own limit.
To use the system settings
This setting applies the global value specified in the configuration parameter "Common\DBConnection\ListLimit".
To use a personal limit
The personal limit overwrites the global value in the configuration parameter. Your personal limit is saved in the user configuration.
You can use the filter dialog box to limit the entries in a list though defined filter criteria. A filter remains in use until you reset it. The settings in the filter dialog are saved in the user configuration.
If you want start particular search inquiries more often, use the database search function.
To limit a result set
You can use * (asterisk) as a wildcard. The filter is not case-sensitive.
This option is only available for lists with object assignments.
This filter condition is used to search for all parts of an employee’s full name. This is put together in the following manner:
Last name, first name
|Filter condition||Description||Find, according to example|
|Miller or *Miller*||Finds all employees whose full name contains the string 'Miller'.||
Finds all employees whose full name begins with the 'Miller'.
|*Miller||Finds all employees whose full name ends with the 'Miller'.||No entry|
Use the search dialog to search for entries within a list.
To search in a list
|Ctrl + F||Open search dialog box.|
For a wider ranging search, use the database search function.