The searching feature applies to flows, buffers, connections, relays, parameters, API builder and operations views.
NB: Please note that the object/ flow can be searched by the title, name or description of the object/flow.
In this example, we are searching for a flow.
To search for a flow, choose a solution and click on the word “Flows” that is underlined in red in the below image.
The below page will appear with the flow’s Title , Name , Solution (name of the solution when the flow was created), Description, Last Successful Run and Last Failed Run.
To search for a flow using a keyword, type a keyword of the flow’s title, name or description as highlighted in the below image. In this example, I searched using “flow” as a keyword and it returned the flows which includes the keyword.
To search for a flow using a flow’s title without white spaces, type in the full name of the flow as illustrated below.
To search for a flow using a flow’s title with white spaces, type the full name of the flow with double quotations ( " " ) as highlighted in the below image.
Additional information when performing a search:
- It performs an OR search.
- It replaces most punctuations with delimiters. e.g. A hyphen will be replaced with a white space.
- It uses the snowball stemming algorithm. e.g. If you search for a flow name such as “currentdates”, it will return the first record because it is a plural of something that exists in the object/ flows.