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Launching the Search Files Tool
The only method of launching the Search Files Tool is by right clicking on either a Schema Browser mounted scripts folder, or right clicking a Files Browser mount or directory. There is no Application Menu based method of launching the Search Files Tool.
Search Files Tool
Aqua Data Studio includes a Search Files tool that may be invoked from the mounted scripts folders in the Schema Browser or the Files Browser tree. It allows quick searching in any of the files or directory contents of your entire repository, but can also search contents outside of Aqua Data Studio's mounted directories. The search examines file contents for matches and its search results are displayed with the file name, path, size and modified date in a sortable table. The search works efficiently in a background thread, so that users can continue working with Aqua Data Studio’s other tools while items are discovered.
Once the search finishes compiling results, files in the results list can be double clicked to open them in their appropriate editors.
The File Search supports Match Case and Regular Expressions, and examines file and folder contents. For more on how Aqua Data Studio parses regular expressions, see the regular expressions descriptions under the Editors and Viewers section.
Search in Folder
Allows for searching for files only in specific directories. Folders and files outside of the mounts listed in the Files Browser (unmounted directories) are searchable.
Include File Names
If the file extension is known (such as *.txt, *.html) or the file name, it can be entered to refine the search. Use of regular expressions is possible to further search refinement.
Exclude File Names
File names and file types can be excluded from the search. Use of regular expressions is possible to further refine searching.
When the "Search in subfolders" option is enabled, searches can explore a directory and all of its subdirectories.
Skip System Files
Choosing the option to "Skip system files" excludes system files and hidden files such as "CVS", ".svn", "Thumbs.db", ".DS_Store" and allows for a faster results retrieval.
The results can be quick filtered based on any criteria at the top right of the search results in the quick filter input box. The magnifying glass within the quick filter input box offers a list of filtering options.
Sort Search Results
The search results can be sorted based on File name, Path, Size and Date Modified by clicking on column headers. Using a CTRL + click, more than one column can be sorted at once.