- To define fields that can be used to search for an MDF Object, and make retrieval of MDF Object data easier and quicker, search fields can be set up.
- These fields can then be used, within the Search Panel in the Manage Generic Objects Page, to search for objects.
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- To add searchable fields to an object definition, go to Searchable Fields on the Configure Object Definition form.
- Click field name and enter the names of fields and/or association that you wish to make searchable. You use the Name of the Field not the Database Field Name.
- Add more fields and associations by hitting Enter after each field name.
- Here is the Benefit Enrollment Object as an Example:
- It is useful to search for Benefit Enrollment by workerId field (This is to be able to search for the Benefit Enrollment Object Using the userID of the employee).
- These fields can be added to the ‘Searchable Fields’ to the Object Definition via the Make Correction option:
- Now when searching in Manage Data, User ID can be used to locate record:
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