Use this tab to specify the general properties for the query that you want to run. You can edit the query statement by clicking Edit Query Statement.
- To specify a new query, type a unique name that identifies the query. You can use up to 127 characters. To specify an existing query, click Browse, which opens the Browse Query dialog box.
- An optional comment that describes the query.
- Import Query Statement
- Click to open the Import Statement Properties dialog box, which you can use to import the query statement properties.
- Object type
- Select an object type to query. An object type is a set of related attribute classes. A query can search against only one object type at a time.
- Edit Query Statement
- Click to open the Query Statement Properties dialog box, which you can use to edit the query statement properties.
- Collection limiting
- Specify if and how queries are limited to collections. This applies only to the following object types: System Resource, User Resource, and User Group Resource.
- Not collection limited
- The query is not limited to a specific collection.
- Limit to collection
- The query is limited to a specific collection. Type the collection name or click Browse to locate and select a collection in the Browse Collection dialog box.
- Prompt for collection
- Administrators who want to run the query will be prompted to
specify the collection to limit the query to.
Note You cannot limit a query to more than one collection using this feature.