Changeset 4072


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Timestamp:
Dec 19, 2007, 4:10:39 PM (15 years ago)
Author:
Martin Svensson
Message:

Fixes #762 Provide operators 'In' and 'Not in' when filtering a list

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  • trunk/doc/src/docbook/userdoc/webclient.xml

    r4004 r4072  
    15391539          <informalexample>Experiment A, Experiment B, etc.</informalexample>
    15401540        </para>
    1541        
     1541        <para>
     1542          If you want to filter on several values at the same time, separate the
     1543          values in the filter input box with the <quote>|</quote> character.
     1544          For example, a filter text like <informalexample>Experiment A|C%</informalexample>
     1545          matches both <quote>Experiment A</quote> and values 
     1546          that begin with <quote>C</quote>.
     1547        </para>       
    15421548        <para>
    15431549          You can also use operators to find items which has a value that
     
    15711577          <varlistentry>
    15721578            <term><keycap>=</keycap></term>
    1573             <listitem><simpara>Equal to (useful to find items with a null value)</simpara></listitem>
     1579            <listitem>
     1580              <simpara>
     1581                Equal to (useful to find items with a null value). Supports
     1582                filtering on more then one value.
     1583              </simpara>
     1584            </listitem>
    15741585          </varlistentry>
    15751586          <varlistentry>
    15761587            <term><keycap>&lt;&gt;</keycap></term>
    15771588            <term><keycap>!=</keycap></term>
    1578             <listitem><simpara>Not equal to (useful to find items with a non-null value)</simpara></listitem>
     1589            <listitem>
     1590              <simpara>
     1591                Not equal to (useful to find items with a non-null value). Supports
     1592                filtering on more then one value.
     1593              </simpara>
     1594            </listitem>
     1595          </varlistentry>
     1596          <varlistentry>
     1597            <term><keycap>==</keycap></term>
     1598            <listitem>
     1599              <simpara>
     1600                Same as <keycap>=</keycap> but this will ignore <quote>|</quote> as a value separator.
     1601              </simpara>
     1602            </listitem>
    15791603          </varlistentry>
    15801604        </variablelist>
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