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Here are some details about the query remapping mechanism in Muse: if a search on one or more search attributes is performed on a Muse Source Package, the ICE Search module analyses the Source Package CPB (capabilities) file and all the search attributes included in query which are not present in the CPB file are remapped to the default attribute. The default attribute to be used for unsupported search attributes is defined in the Source Package PMF (PreMappingFile) file.

Muse has the possibility to control the behavior of searches in cases when queries having unsupported limiters are launched. By unsupported limiter, we mean that one wants to search a source for records between 2 dates, even if the native site does not support this (i.e., does not have this option).

The control is done by means of the of the “Stop If Limiter Not Supported” parameter. It is a property of the Search Module and can be set by:
– logging into the MCAA Muse Console;
– selecting the desired application;
– selecting “Application Modules” from the left panel;
– clicking on the “Search Module” link.

The “Stop If Limiter Not Supported:” field appears along with 2 values that can be set:
– “Stop If Limiter Not Supported:” field on YES – if the limiters are not supported, the search will stop and no records will be retrieved;
– “Stop If Limiter Not Supported:” field on NO – if the limiters are not supported the search will bring results (searching by default without any limiter) with the warning “Unsupported limiter(s): …”

Categories: Muse Search, Sources

Here are some details about the query remapping mechanism in Muse: if a search on one or more search attributes is performed on a Muse Source Package, the ICE Search module analyses the Source Package CPB (capabilities) file and all the search attributes included in query which are not present in the CPB file are remapped to the default attribute. The default attribute to be used for unsupported search attributes is defined in the Source Package PMF (PreMappingFile) file.

Categories: Muse Search, Sources

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