Managing Event Finder Queries

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Editing A Query

  1. Click Analyze in the main toolbar. A drop-down menu appears.
    event-finder-menu.png
  2. Select Event Finder. The Event Finder page loads.

    The Event Finder has two main sections. For this topic, we will focus our attention on the Load Query section.

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  3. Choose an existing query. Use the dropdown menu to make your selection.
  4. Click Load. The system fetches data about your query and displays it in the Build New Query section.
  5. Proceed to make your edits.

    You can modify any setting you wish, including the date range and the Site / Channel used for the query; the condition and the condition’s value.

    Optionally, you can add more parameters to the search query by clicking .

    Optionally, expand the Advanced Options menu to refine your search. For details about advanced options refer to the Event Finder Advanced Search Features documentation.

  6. Click Save Query.

    The Save Query box appears, where you can modify the name and description.

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    If you want to hide visibility of your query from all other users in your Security Group, deselect Shared with other users. If you want to make your query visible to users in your security group, ensure this option is selected.

  7. Click Save to finalize your changes. You are taken back to the Event Finder screen.
    From here, you may choose to confirm your changes. You can do so by clicking Run Query.

Deleting A Query

Note: You cannot delete queries shared by other users. You can only delete queries that you originally built yourself.

  1. Click Analyze in the main toolbar. A drop-down menu appears.
    event-finder-menu.png
  2. Select Event Finder. The Event Finder page loads.

    The Event Finder has two main sections. For this topic, we will focus our attention on the Load Query section.

    load-event-query.png

  3. Choose an existing query. Use the dropdown menu to make your selection.
  4. Click Delete. A confirmation box appears.
  5. Click OK. The Event Finder page refreshes.

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