Search for tables, folders, queries, or reports in 1010data.

To search for an item in 1010data:

  1. On the Folders and Tables toolbar, in the Search for Tables and Queries text box, enter the text for the items you want to find.
    Note: If you have a table or worksheet open, and you have keyboard shortcuts enabled, you can also access the Search for Tables and Queries text box by pressing the g key.
  2. On the Folders and Tables toolbar, click the Search icon (), or press Enter.

    The Folders and Tables browser will display all of the folders, tables, queries, and reports whose titles or names match the text you entered.

    Note: The search is not case sensitive, and partial matches are listed.

Example

The below example shows the results of entering train in the Search for Tables and Queries text box and clicking the Search icon ().

All of the tables and folders that contain train either in their names or titles are displayed in the Folders and Tables browser. The reasons are detailed below:

Training Examples

This folder is listed because both its title (Training Examples) and its name (training) contain the search string train.

Retail

This folder is listed because it is a subfolder of the Training Examples folder, and therefore its name (training.retail) contains the search string train, even though its title does not.

My Training Examples

This folder is listed because its title (My Training Examples) contains the search string train, even though its name does not (retaildemo.randd.username.searchexample).

Patients

Doctors

Doctor Visits

These tables are listed because they are found in the Training Examples folder, and therefore their names contain the search string train (e.g., training.patients, training.doctors, training.docvisits), even though their titles do not.

Store Master

Product Master

Sales Item Detail

These tables are listed because they are found in the Retail folder, which is a subfolder of the Training Examples folder, and therefore their names contain the search string train (e.g., training.retail.store, training.retail.prod, training.retail.item), even though their titles do not.