Some of our users were wondering if Trim could be configured to not display a search result showing each new record that is entered into the dataset. I couldn't find a way to do this, does anybody know if the client can be configured this way? Thank you in advance for your help.
People have such odd requirements! There's no easy to way to do this. Only way to prevent in search results is either through default filters or security. So maybe make sure you finalize later and have filter exclude unfinalzed (or some other weird combination of similar ideas)?
Just to add to this.... you can define a search as "all and not registered:previous 30 days" (or something similar) and then save it (make sure the owner is not set so that everyone can see it). Then set your default search filter to include "within another saved search" and use the new saved search. The push the setting to global, ensure your ensures get global, and don't let them bypass global.
And there you go. Very weird and many ways to make this not very effective, but it's a shot.
I worry that would hinder normal use of the program, if they were trying to search for their own records. It doesn't seem the search filter can be made as specific as "not show my records registered within the past 5 minutes." I don't suppose that can be done then?
Without trying it, I wonder if filtering it out would actually cause an empty search results window to pop up after they enter the record? It would make sense to me that Trim might do this, since it acts as if it's just performing a search for the record that was just entered.
A user was getting annoyed that Trim progressively got slower throughout the day as she entered many records into the dataset. She came to find that after she closed all of the dozens of search result windows that had each opened for each record she had entered, it sped back up. She can manually close all of these windows, but it is an extra step for her.
TRIM Desktop is a single window environment. Some of the tool options are removed. Only other real difference is that a double-click is edit instead of view (and that cannot be changed). Everything else remains the same.
No worries... it sounds like the 'close all' button will be the quick fix solution for this user... you can tell her it took you hours to code that button onto her toolbar... you might even get a christmas pressie for your 'troubles'... ;)