Locate Archived Documents Fast, Improve Customer Responsiveness with Powerful New Electronic Document Search Capabilities.
The DataView Search Platform is a powerful search tool that makes it faster than ever to locate your archived documents and easier than ever to improve customer responsiveness across all your departments.
DataView Search uses a content-indexing system that allows DataView clients to search for data across all of the documents and indexes stored in the DataView system. With the new Search Platform, you can quickly search and locate document content that is not available with DataView’s standard indexing capabilities.
Convenient New Search Options
The DataView Search Platform includes three convenient new Search options:
• Folder Advanced Search
The Folder Advanced Search lets you quickly search folders using any query string. You can supply a string to search any indexes within a drawer or multiple drawers.
• Document Content Search
The Document Content Search searches the content of the documents using your specific query string. You can supply a string to search any content within a drawer or multiple drawers, as well as filtering by document type, document date, create date and modify date.
• Document Content Search within Folders
The Document Content Search within Folders searches a subset of folders for the content of the documents using your query string. This search works in the same way that the Document Content Search works but only searches the documents in the list of folders that you select before searching. You can supply a string to search any content within a folder list, as well as filtering by document type, document date, create date and modify date.
Each of the new search options allow users to search for content across folder indexes as well as in the documents themselves.
DataView systematically scans the system to index the documents from the oldest documents in the system and working forward. The user can build complex search queries using wildcards, fuzzy searches, Boolean operators, required operators and grouping.