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Advanced Search

The advanced search is found in the tool panel, and it can be applied to any of the seven contexts of the Search Engine: Territories, Maps, Geo-reports, Locators, Instruments, Sets and Annotations.

Each context has its own advanced search filters, and more than one context can apply the same search filter. For example, all contexts have the advanced search “Accounts” except the first context, which allows filtering by Level, Category or Topics.

When browsing among the filters of the advanced search, we can see if something is being filtered or not, by the presence or absence of an asterisk on the right side of the filter.

In a search engine context, there may be several different advanced search filters, these working simultaneously and in a compatible way within that search context. For example, within the context of territories, we can filter territories that are at a specific level, that belong to a category and type.

Possible advanced searches are detailed below:

1) Advanced search “Territories”: This filter can be found in all search contexts except for Territories itself. We combine the text entered with the different territories, which in turn can be searched both by text, by click or drawing on the map, as well as by filtering it by level or category.

 

2) Advanced search “Accounts”: This filter can find the contexts of Maps, Geoforms, Locators, Sets and Annotations. We combine the text entered with the different accounts that exist in urbiGIS.

3) Advanced search by “Themes”: This filter can find the contexts of Maps, Locators, and Sets. With this filter, the text entered is combined with the different existing themes.

4) Advanced search by “Level”: This advanced search is, together with the search by category and territory type, exclusive to the context of territory searches. We combine the text entered with the levels selected from the 8 possible.

5) Advanced search by “Category”: This advanced search is, together with the search by Level and territory type, exclusive to the context of territory searches. We combine the text entered with the different possible categories of a territory.

6) Advanced search by “Territory type”: This advanced search is, together with the search by Level and Category, exclusive to the context of territory searches. We combine the text entered with the different types of territories that exist.

7) Advanced search for “Locators”: This advanced search is unique to the context of Locators, as its name suggests. When it is displayed, it will show us the locators that are performing the search that we have written, being able to select / deselect the ones that we want or do not want to use in the search (being able to search for the name of the locator in the new text bar).

8) Advanced Search “Features”: This advanced search is unique to the context of Instruments, giving us the alternative to filter Base, Inventory, Operator Instruments or Unassigned Instruments.

9) Advanced Search “Purposes”: This advanced search is unique to the context of Instruments, giving us the alternative of filtering Instruments according to nine available purposes.

10) Advanced Search “States”: This advanced search is unique to the context of Instruments, allowing users to filter by 11 states.

11) Advanced search “Versions”: This advanced search is exclusive to the context of the Instruments, allowing you to search for versions according to the Final, Start or Intermediate version.

12) Advanced search “Types of instruments”: This advanced search is exclusive to the context of Instruments, where you can filter the search for Instruments according to the many types to which it may belong.

13) Advanced search “Status of Data Sets”: This advanced search is exclusive to the context of Data Sets, where we can filter these by their status, namely, Active, Inactive or Deleted.

14) Advanced search “Data Set Type”: This advanced search is exclusive to the context of Data Sets, where we can filter these by their type, among the 4 available.

15) Advanced search “Purposes of Annotations”: This advanced search is exclusive to the context of Annotations, and can be filtered according to Comments, Complaints, Congratulations, Questions or Claims.

16) Advanced search “Annotation Results”: This advanced search is exclusive to the context of the Annotations, being able to filter them according to whether their results are Accepted, Analyzing, Rejected or Unassigned.