This section describes general aspects of the Search Result editor.
The Search Result editor has a multi-column layout, one column for each returning attribute defined in search parameters. Each line represents a search result with its values.
The cells have the following meaning:
A value indicates that the entry has such an attribute with exacly one value.
An empty cell indicates that the entry hasn't such an attribute.
X values: ... indicates that the entry has multiple values for that attribute.
You can choose whether the DN of each search result is displayed as first column. Toggle Toolbar menu -> Show DN .
To distinguish the different attribute classes the Search Result editor uses the same fonts and colors as the Entry editor .
The toolbar contains the following items:
|New Value||Adds a new value to the selected attribute and starts the edit mode.||Ctrl-+|
|Delete||Deletes the selected attribute.||Delete|
|Refresh||Performs the current search.||F5|
|Copy Table||Copies values as displayed in the table as CSV. By default the tabulator is used as attribute delimiter, a pipe is used as value delimiter and each attribute is wrapped by double-quotes. These settings are suitable to paste the copied data into Excel or OpenOffice, the settings could be changed in Text Formats preferences .|
|Show Quick Filter||Shows/Hides the Quick Filter .||Ctrl-F|
The drop down menu contains the following items:
Show DN: If checked the distinguished name of each search result is displayed as first column.
DN as link: If checked the distinguished name of each search result is a link. Clicking to this link will open the search result entry.
Show Decorated Values: If checked decorated values are displayed, this means some additional information is displayed:
Preferences...: Opens the Search Result editor preferences dialog.