Clicking an app in the Configured Searches section on the Dashboard opens the App Config window as shown below.
1.Create Resource: Creates a new resource for your app. A resource consists of a map layer and searchable fields. A Search app can contain multiple resources.
2.Open in VertiGIS Studio Web Designer - This link allows you to seamlessly switch between the Studio Search Designer and the Studio Web Designer. Note that this only applies to app configurations of the type "VertiGIS Studio Web". For other Search clients that use search app configurations of the type "Blank", no such links will be displayed.
3.Resource List: Each app contains one or more resources. See Resource Configuration.
4.Basic Settings: Controls various aspects of the app's results.
•Default Result Size: The maximum number of returned results.
•Result Format: The level of detail to be used for the description of the search result. Can be either a long description or short description.
oShort Description: Vienna, Austria (CITY_NAME, CNTRY_NAME)
oLong Description: World Cities: Vienna, Austria (Population: 1.897 million)
(RESOURCE_NAME: CITY_NAME, CNTRY_NAME (Population: POP))
•Languages: Uses a two-letter code denoting the default localization and language settings for the results. For example, "en" denotes English.
5.Advanced App Settings: Controls the search behavior and the search result's formatting.
oFuzziness: Maximum edit distance allowed for matching. This fuzziness behavior attempts various combinations of the original search by changing, removing, inserting, or transposing characters. The options are No edits allowed, One edit allowed, or Two edits allowed (default).
For example, allowing two edits (edit distance=2) for a search input of "sand" could result in searches such as "band", "san", "and", "salt", etc.
oSearch Assistance: Options include Simple and Combined.
oSearch Operator: The implied relation between two or more search terms. Can be AND or OR. If the operator is AND, then all terms must match for the returned result. If the operator is OR, then at least one of the search terms must be true for the returned result.
oExact Assistance: Uses your exact text, from beginning to end, whether your search text is multiple words or just one word.
oFuzzy Assistance: Returns results that are likely to be relevant to a search argument even when the argument does not exactly correspond to the desired information.
oLike Assistance: Adds a wildcard (*) before and after your search text. For example, searching for "bat" is equivalent searching for *bat*. The results could be words such as "acrobat" or "batting".
oWildcard Assistance: Adds a wildcard (*) after your search text. For example, searching for "bat" is equivalent searching for bat*. The results could be words such as "batting" or "bath".
•Search Result Formatting:
oReturn Geometry: If true, the result set includes the geometry associated with each result. The default is false.
oReturn Highlighting: If true, the result set includes information what part of the result item matched the search value.
oReturn Label Point: If true, the result set includes the label point (point geometry) associated with each result. The default is false. See labelpoint.
6.Search Client Access Tokens: Allows for the creation, copying, and deleting of Search client access tokens. These tokens allow secure access to a given Search app using Referrals URIs.