Monitor 10.11 | Process Monitoring | Working with the Process Instances Page | Finding Process Instances Using an Advanced Search
 
Finding Process Instances Using an Advanced Search
Use an advanced search to specify multiple criteria to find specific process instances.
Important:
Whether the search is case-sensitive or case-insensitive depends on how the underlying database (such as Oracle, DB2, or SQL Server) handles the queries that Monitor issues to obtain data.
*To find logged process instance data using an advanced search
1. In My webMethods: Navigate > Applications > Monitoring > Business > Process Instances.
2. Click the Advanced search tab.
3. If Monitor is configured to use multiple Integration Servers, use the Server selection box to specify the server to search.
Note:
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, the default server set by the My webMethods Server administrator on the System Settings page is used.
4. The Advanced tab provides a Keywords field. For information on its operation, see Finding Process Instances Using Keywords.
5. Specify additional search criteria using the fields from the table below.
Field
Selection
Process
Select All (the default), or select one or more models from a scrollable list of all available process models. To select multiple entries, hold down the CTRL key while you select each name.
For webMethods-executed process models, the entries in the Process list identify the model version in addition to the process model name using the format process_model_name - process_model_version.
Status
Select All (the default), or select one or more status values. To search for multiple statuses, hold down the CTRL key while you select each status.
Filter By
Select either of the predefined options:
*Click Date Last Updated to search for process instances based on the last date and time process instance data was logged.
*Click Start Date to search for process instances based on when process instances were started.
Date Range
Specify a date range for your search with either of the following options:
*In the Date Range list, select All (the default), or select one of the predefined date ranges from the drop-down list.
*Use the calendar pickers to specify custom date range in the Start Date and End Date fields, and then specify start and end time values in the Time fields.
6. In the Search Condition list:
*Select AND to find process instances that match all search criteria.
*Select OR to find process instances that match any search criteria
7. Click Search. Optional: Click Save to retain the search criteria on the Saved tab.
Note:
If you save the search to the Saved tab, be aware that if you specify exact start and end dates, the search results will always contains data for the specific dates you use, regardless of the current date. To avoid this, create your saved searches with one of the predefined relative date ranges available in the Date Range list (for example, Previous Day or Previous Week).