Lexmark Markvision Enterprise—Managing saved searches and keywords

Lexmark Markvision Enterprise—Managing saved searches and keywords


Managing saved searches and keywords In MVE 3.0, bookmarks are now called saved searches. Saved searches automatically populate a filter based
on the rules that you specified. You can use the system-generated saved searches or
create a custom saved search. System-generated saved searches show a list of printers
according to their life cycle states, such as new, managed, unmanaged, and retired. A custom saved search can be created in two ways. One way is by using the filters. Select one or more filters, and then click Save. Type a unique name and description, and then click
Create Saved Search. Another way is to create a saved search using the advanced
search feature. Click Printers, and then click Saved Searches. If you have an existing saved search, you can edit,
copy, delete, or run it. To create a saved search, click Create. Type a unique name and description. Set the Match menu to show printers that match all
or any of the rules. To add a rule, click Add Rule, and then specify the
parameter, operation, and value. In this example, we are creating a search rule for
color printers. To add a combination of rules, click Add Rule Group,
and then specify the parameter, operation, and value. In a rule group, the system counts all the rules as
a single rule. In this example, we are creating a search rule for
color multifunction products. Save your saved search or run it immediately. Your saved search is added to the saved searches list
in the printer listing page. While a saved search can be created for many printer
attributes, sometimes you must assign an arbitrary piece of metadata
to one or more printers. You can do it with keywords. Keywords let you create custom tags and assign them
to printers. To create a keyword, click Printers, and then click
Manage Keywords. Add a keyword. You can also sort the keywords per category. To assign the keywords, select one or more printers,
click Assign, and then click Keywords. In this example, we are creating a keyword that is
assigned to printers in the Pharmacy department. The newly created keyword, Pharmacy, is added to the
filters. You can now show only the printers that are tagged
with Pharmacy. Note that saved searches automatically include printers
whose properties match your set rules, while keywords are assigned manually.

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