The Advanced Find Object () feature enables you to find all database objects that match a certain text pattern. It searches the referenced Connection Profile for objects names that match the text pattern. The Advanced Find Objects feature uses the Teradata Dependency Browser to perform the search for each object type selected in the dialog.
|List of Databases or Connection Profiles available for the search||If you opened Advanced Find Objects dialog from the Databases Folder, a list of databases for the given Connection Profile appears. If you opened the Advanced Find Objects dialog from the Advanced Search button in the simple Find Object dialog at the highest level in the Data Source Explorer, the list of Connection Profiles appears.
You can use the arrows to move single selected items to or from the list of objects to be searched. The double arrows allow you to move all available objects to or from the list to be searched.
|Search constraint||The Find Objects feature uses the search constraint to build a search pattern out of the search value and pass it on to the Teradata Dependency Browser.
You must use the backward slash character '\' as the escape character when entering the special search characters, '\', '_', and '%', in your search pattern. The '_' (low line) character represents exactly one arbitrary character. The '%' (percent sign) character represents any string of zero or more arbitrary characters.
Types of search constraint are as follows:
|Search Value||The text value to search for.|
|Limit size of search result to:||The limit to the size of the search result list. Valid values are between 1 and 500.|
|Object Types||Names you want to compare with the search value. This list is dependent on where in the Data Source Explorer tree you invoke the Find Objects dialog. For example, if you selected a Stored Procedures folder, the Stored Procedure Name and Parameter Name object type options display.|
|Select All||Selects all of the Object Type names presented.|
|Clear All||Clears all of the Object Type names presented.|
Advanced Find Results
- Stored Procedures
- User Defined Functions
- User Defined Types
- Triggers for Tables
- Parameters for Macros and Stored Procedures
- Columns for Views