Monitor 10.11 | Document Monitoring | Finding Logged Documents Using Keywords
Finding Logged Documents Using Keywords
You can search for logged documents by specifying keywords found in the names of the documents.
Whether the search is case-sensitive or case-insensitive depends on how the underlying database (for example, Oracle, SQL Server, or DB2) handles the queries that Monitor issues to obtain data.
*To find logged documents using keywords
1. In My webMethods: Navigate > Applications > Monitoring > Integration > Documents.
2. Click the Keyword search tab.
3. If Monitor is configured to use multiple Integration Servers, use the Server selection box (above the search panel) to specify the server to search.
The Server selection box defaults to the last server that was specified by the current user. If the current user has never selected a server, Monitor uses the default server set by the My webMethods Server administrator set on the System Settings page.
4. In the text box, type keywords that are contained in the names of the documents to find. For example, you might specify:
*The full document name as it exists on the webMethods Broker (deprecated) (such as wm::is::OrderProcess::Implementation::CanonicalOrder).
*The full document name as it exists on the Integration Server (such as OrderProcess.Implementation:CanonicalOrder).
*A partial document name (such as OrderProcess) to select all documents that contain the specified keyword.
If a document was routed through Universal Messaging, search for the fully qualified name of the publishable document type as it exists on Integration Server. You cannot search for the Universal Messaging channel name associated with a publishable document type.
For more information about how to specify keywords, see Working with My webMethods.
To view all the logged documents you are authorized to view (up to the maximum rows setting), leave the text box blank.
5. Click Search.