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Table Search and UX

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Neel

  • Update search to substring matching (case insensitive)
  • Sort table by time order
  • Select which analyzers to search

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Activity Newest / Oldest

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Neel

Status changed to: Live

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Neel

* Update search to substring matching (case insensitive)
* Sort table by time order
* Select which analyzers to search
* Table export
* Copy / Paste


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Neel

Merged with: More info when hovering over a data table entry

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Neel

* Update search to substring matching (case insensitive)
* Sort table by time order
* Select which analyzers to search
* Table export
* Copy / Paste


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Neel

Merged with: Ability to select & copy rows or cells from the

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Neel

Status changed to: In progress

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Neel

* Update search to substring matching (case insensitive)
* Sort table by time order
* Select which analyzers to search
* Table export
* Copy / Paste


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Neel

Merged with: Analyzer sorting feature

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Rani Horev

This is a bit tricky as we scan the DB for the prefix you entered first and grab the first results (for performance reasons). There are ways to solve this though.
Do you usually search for partial value? When you search for the exact match then the order should be correct


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Frank

i can not search for the whole line (modbus analyzer) as i want to see the change of values on an particular index there to find an supposedly illegal state transition and with the values being used as implicit sorting criteria the time index is more or less useless. I need to export the whole analyzer data and import it in excel or similar to filter my values (maybe i do not know how to use the search properly)

"This is a bit tricky as we scan the DB for the prefix you entered first and grab the first results (for performance reasons)" can't you make a copy of the subset in memory (up to a certain limit for memory saving sake) or use the one single selected sorting preference together with your search?


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Mark

Could you give me an example of a query that would find what you're looking for? ideally an example of the result you're looking for, and the search you would like to use to find it.


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Frank

sorry i had to redact it a little, but as you can see in the picture the resulkts are ordered by address and value (i suppose by reading the string) and not by time, making it hard to read the data transitions i want to see