Searching for Calendars (CA)

Search By Owner

  1. Open the 'Search By Owner' popup.
  2. In the Main Window, on the Search menu's Calendar (CA) submenu, click By Owner, or
  3. In the Main Window, select Calendar (CA) from the drop-down list on the button bar, then click on the appropriate 'magnifying glass' button, or
  4. A previous Calendar search can be replaced by a new one by right-clicking on a CALENDAR node in the Search Results Tree and selecting By Owner.
  5. Set the search criteria in 'Search by Owner' popup.
  6. Owner is the Username of the person who created the Calendar record. Wildcard Characters are allowed.
  7. Name is the name of the Calendar. Wildcard Characters are allowed.
  8. Type is a drop-down list of Type choices maintained by the lab master.
  9. Status is a drop-down list of Status choices maintained by the lab master.
  10. Click Search in the search popup.

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Search By Calendarslot

  1. Open the 'Search By Calendarslot' popup.
  2. In the Main Window, on the Search menu's Calendar (CA) submenu, click By Calendarslot, or
  3. A previous Calendar search can be replaced by a new one by right-clicking on a CALENDAR node in the Search Results Tree and selecting By Calendarslot.
  4. Set the search criteria in 'Search by Calendarslot' popup.
  5. What is the name/description for the Calendarslot. Wildcard Characters are allowed.
  6. Who is the Username of the person who created/reserved the Calendarslot. Wildcard Characters are allowed.
  7. Status is a drop-down Status choices maintained by the lab master.
  8. Type is a drop-down list of Type choices maintained by the lab master.
  9. Start Date is the earliest date the Calendar record was created. To set it to an '*', click on it, then clear, or enter an '*', into any of the Year, Month or Day fields.
  10. End Date is the latest date the Calendar record was created. To set it to an '*', click on it, then clear, or enter an '*', into any of the Year, Month or Day fields.
  11. DB# List is the list of Calendar Database Nos. The numbers in the list can be separated by space, tab, comma, semicolon, or end of line. Alternatively, if there are DBNo List (LI) records for Calendars, they can be selected from the dropdown list.
  12. Click Search in the search popup.

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Search By Date

  1. Open the 'Search By Date' popup.
  2. In the Main Window, on the Search menu's Calendar (CA) submenu, click By Date, or
  3. A previous Calendar search can be replaced by a new one by right-clicking on a CALENDAR node in the Search Results Tree and selecting By Date.
  4. Set the search criteria in 'Search by Date' popup.
  5. Created By is the Username of the person who created the Calendar record. Wildcard Characters are allowed.
  6. Created Start Date is the earliest date the Calendar record was created. To set it to an '*', click on it, then clear, or enter an '*', into any of the Year, Month or Day fields.
  7. Created End Date is the latest date the Calendar record was created. To set it to an '*', click on it, then clear, or enter an '*', into any of the Year, Month or Day fields.
  8. Modified By is the Username of the person who last modified the Calendar record. Wildcard Characters are allowed.
  9. Modified Start Date is the earliest date the Calendar record was modified. To set it to an '*', click on it, then clear, or enter an '*', into any of the Year, Month or Day fields.
  10. Modified End Date is the latest date of the last modification of the Calendar record. To set it to an '*', click on it, then clear, or enter an '*', into any of the Year, Month or Day fields.
  11. Type is a drop-down list of Type choices maintained by the lab master.
  12. Status is a drop-down Status choices maintained by the lab master.
  13. Click Search in the search popup.

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Search By List

  1. Open the 'Search By List' popup.
  2. In the Main Window, on the Search menu's Calendar (CA) submenu, click By List, or
  3. In the Main Window, select Calendar (CA) from the drop-down list on the button bar, then click on the appropriate 'magnifying glass' button, or
  4. A previous Calendar search can be replaced by a new one by right-clicking on a CALENDAR node in the Search Results Tree and selecting By List.
  5. Set the search criteria in 'Search by List' popup.
  6. DB# List is the list of Calendar Database Nos. The numbers in the list can be separated by space, tab, comma, semicolon, or end of line. Alternatively, if there are DBNo List (LI) records for Calendars, they can be selected from the dropdown list.
  7. Click Search in the search popup.

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Search By Linked Item List

  1. Open the 'Search By By Linked Item List' popup.
  2. In the Main Window, on the Search menu's Calendar (CA) submenu, click By Linked Item List, or
  3. A previous Calendar search can be replaced by a new one by right-clicking on a CALENDAR node in the Search Results Tree and selecting By Linked Item List.
  4. Set the search criteria in 'Search by Linked Item List' popup.
  5. Item Type is a drop-down list of Sesame Items a Calendar can be linked to.
  6. Item Nos is the list of Sesame Item Database Nos selected in Item Type. The numbers in the list can be separated by space, tab, comma, semicolon, or end of line. Alternatively, if there are DBNo List (LI) records for the selected Sesame Item, they can be selected from the dropdown list.
  7. Click Search in the search popup.

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