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Metalogix Archive Manager for Files 8.3 - ArchiveWeb Manual

Search Results

Found search results get displayed in the main pane. For Common search both Exchange Search Results and Files Search Results are displayed on separate tabs (see the screenshot below). The list of results features the same functionality as any other list view in ArchiveWeb.

All operations over search results are asynchronous. By invoking any search operation it will be listed in TASKS and performed asynchronously.

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When full text search is used, keywords in the search results can be highlighted (this function is available only for Exchange search).

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NOTE: The Hit highlight check box must be selected in the Manage settings / Profile window, and a color can be chosen from the Hit highlight color field. Journal items can also be highlighted by specifying a color from the Journal highlight color picker.

Edit query - redirects you to the previous search page where you can perform a new search after editing the existing query.

List view contains the following special columns:

oFolder – specifies item’s location (for Exchange search results it is mailbox folder name, for Files search results it is directory path)

List columns can be managed (show/hide) in the Columns section of the user profile (click <UserName> / Manage settings / Profile).

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NOTE: For Archive Manager for Files hits can be displayed also for non-supported files such as MS Office documents and HTML. For more details see the “List view conventions” section.

 

 

Search History

Every search performed in ArchiveWeb is logged under the History node with both the search criteria and search results. It allows you to view or save the search results. The save function transfers the results to Templates – for more info see the “Templates” section below.

NOTE: The Search History lists last 10 search results by default. To change this number you have to modify the PamSearch.exe.config file located on MAMSearch folder (for example: C:\Program Files\Metalogix\MAMSearch). For more information see the “Extending Search History” section.

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After clicking the History node individual search logs are listed. The title of the log indicates if the search was performed over Exchange archive, Files archive or both. To view the details about the search criteria/results for the given search, click the double arrow (ARCHIV~1_img74) next to the Search query or Search results summary. The number of found items is also displayed.

Icons on the right side of each search log allows you to:

·delete (icon-search-results-delete) the log and associated search results as well

·edit query (icon-search-results-edit-query) redirects you to the previous search page where you can perform a new search after editing existing query

·view (icon-search-results-view) the search results – exactly as if you have performed the given search query; you can then work with the results as usual (see the Exchange Search and Files Search sections)

·save (icon-search-results-save) the search results under Templates; enter the template name in the pop-up dialog and click Save.

 

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Extending Search History

 

The Search History lists last 10 search results by default. To change this number you have to modify the PamSearch.exe.config file located on MAMSearch folder (for example: C:\Program Files\Metalogix\MAMSearch).

There's a hidden key "maxcount" that can be set in PamSearch.exe.config to control the number of search history items. Value for this key can be any number in range between 1 and 2147483647. NOTE: When this key is missing from PamSearch.exe.config, the default value 10 is used.

To be able to set value for "maxcount" key the PamSearch.exe.config has to be modified by:

 

·adding new section name (if it does not exist) into <configSections> as follows:

    <section name="SearchHistory" type="System.Configuration.NameValueFileSectionHandler,System, Version=1.0.3300.0, Culture=neutral, PublicKeyToken=b77a5c561934e089" />

 

·creating new "SearchHistory" section (if it does not exist) as follows:

  <SearchHistory>

    <add key="maxcount" value="2" />

  </SearchHistory>

The value="2" indicates that 2 search history entries will be displayed

Please note that after changing the PamSearch.exe.config file you have to restart the MAMSearch service to affect the changes.

 

 

Example of PamSearch.exe.config

 

<?xml version="1.0" encoding="utf-8"?>

<configuration>

  <configSections>

      .

      .

.

    <section name="SearchHistory" type="System.Configuration.NameValueFileSectionHandler,System, Version=1.0.3300.0, Culture=neutral, PublicKeyToken=b77a5c561934e089" />

  </configSections>

  <SearchHistory>

    <add key="maxcount" value="2" />

  </SearchHistory>

      .

      .

      .

</configuration>

 

 

Search History Clean Up

 

Search History cache (default path: "C:\Program Files (x86) \ Metalogix \ MAMSearch \ SearchCache \ <userSID>\") is periodically cleaned from old entries.

There is a hidden key “timelimit” that can be set in PamSearch.exe.config to manage the cleaning process. Its value defines the maximum time for which the search results (*.sqlite files) are stored in SearchCache folder. All older search results are removed from the disk.

Value for this key can be any valid TimeSpan string.

NOTE: When this key is missing from PamSearch.exe.config, the default value 1 day is used, which means history entries older than 1 day will be deleted.

 

To change this value you have to modify the PamSearch.exe.config file located on MAMSearch folder (default path: "c:\Program Files (x86)\Metalogix\MAMSearch\PAMSearch.exe.config").

 

To be able to set value for “timelimit” key the PamSearch.exe.config has to be modified by:

 

·adding  a new section name (if it does not exist) into <configSections> as follows:
<section name="SearchHistory" type="System.Configuration.NameValueFileSectionHandler,System, Version=1.0.3300.0, Culture=neutral, PublicKeyToken=b77a5c561934e089" />

·creating a new “SearchHistory” section (if it does not exist) as follows:
<SearchHistory>

    <add key="timelimit" value="365.23:59:59" />

</SearchHistory>

 

The value=”365.23:59:59” indicates that the search history entries will be stored for 365 days, 23 hours, 59 minutes and 59 seconds.

Please note that after changing the PamSearch.exe.config file you have to restart the MAMSearch service to affect the changes.

 

Example of PamSearch.exe.config

 

<?xml version="1.0" encoding="utf-8"?>

<configuration>

  <configSections>

      .

      .

      .

    <section name="SearchHistory" type="System.Configuration.NameValueFileSectionHandler,System, Version=1.0.3300.0, Culture=neutral, PublicKeyToken=b77a5c561934e089" />

  </configSections>

  <SearchHistory>

    <add key="timelimit" value="365.23:59:59" />

  </SearchHistory>

      .

.

.

</configuration>

 

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