Queries (Search with Input)

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The Search with input panel allows you to execute queries based on attributive constraints.

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The conduction of an attributive queries comprises the following steps:

1. Set the corresponding feature class to active.

The prerequisite for conducting queries is that the feature class you want to query is set to active. To set a feature class active, go to the Legend panel and then right click on the corresponding feature class and then click Set active.

2. Specify the respective attribute and corresponding constraint values.

After you have set the feature class to active, you can select on which attribute the query should be based on and specify the attribute constraint values:

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Click on the attribute you want to query (for example, Area bigger than) and then type in the constraint value(s) in the text box(es) below. In this example, all the land parcels will be filtered which have an area between 1000 and 3000 m².

Blue.pngSpecifications concerning queries (for example, which attributes can be queried in the client) are made in GeoMedia Smart Client Administrator.

3. Select query settings.

In the Settings panel, you can specify if the query results should be displayed in a new window or be added to an existing one.

To display the results in a new data window, check the New datagrid check box on the Settings panel:

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To conduct Search with input queries, you can ignore the other two settings, Quick pick and Infomode, since they are only relevant for map-selection based queries.

4. Execute query and results.

After you have set the attributive parameters and specified whether you want the result to be displayed in a new data window or in an exsiting one, you can conduct the query by clicking on ExecuteSearch button.png.

Results of the query can be observed in the corresponding data window and in the map:

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The queried objects are highlighted on the map (here in blue color). The attributive data is displayed in a data window (tab) located beneath the map window. When a data window already exists for that query type, the data result is either displayed in a new data window or appended to the existing one, depending on what you specified in the Settings panel.

When the New datagrid check box was checked (NewDatagrid on.png) before executing the query, the data results will be displayed in a new data window:

Search with input example2.png

When the New datagrid check box was left unchecked (NewDatagrid off.png) and only one data window had been opened before executing the query, the data will appended to the existing data window:

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If two or more data windows of the same query type had been opened and the New datagrid check box had been left unchecked (NewDatagrid off.png) before the query was executed, the data window selection window will open, where you can specify to which data window you want add the data result:

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Select the appropriate data window in the list and then click OK.

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