Increasing the number of saved queries in UCM

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One question that comes up from time to time is how to increase the number of Saved Queries a user can have. By default, the maximum number is 10. For some power users of the system, this may not be enough.

Well, it's as simple as setting a configuration flag (through Admin Server or directly in \config\config.cfg).

MaxSavedSearchResults=25

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Is there a way to set the saved queries to where they can refresh them to use for more reporting type feel? Right now they just save the query and data - but the data is old after a day.

Posted by Jason on February 10, 2010 at 01:23 AM CST #

Hey Jason, That's actually how Saved Queries work. When you save a query, you are only saving the query (search) parameters. Not the results. So every time you click on your saved query under My Saved Queries, it's running that search at that moment. So if something new was checked in after I saved my query, it will show up the next time I run it. And like you point out, it's often used as a reporting tool. There is even a component that can take those search results and convert them into an Excel spreadsheet.

Posted by kyle.hatlestad on February 10, 2010 at 01:58 AM CST #

do you know where that component is? The users would love that.

Posted by Jason on February 10, 2010 at 02:03 AM CST #

Sure thing. This should be treated just like the other sample components offered on OTN. Meaning it's provided for sample use and is provided "as-is" with no support. It's called the SearchResultsSpreadsheet component.

Posted by kyle.hatlestad on February 10, 2010 at 02:14 AM CST #

hello Kyle,

URL for "SearchResultsSpreadsheet" component is giving 404 error.

Could you please fix it, I have to work on spreadsheet thing.

Thanks,
MAK

Posted by guest on June 11, 2012 at 05:26 AM CDT #

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Kyle Hatlestad is a Solution Architect in the WebCenter Architecture group (A-Team) who works with WebCenter Content and other products in the WebCenter & Fusion Middleware portfolios. The WebCenter A-Team blog can be found at: https://blogs.oracle.com/ ateam_webcenter/

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