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Jonas Israelsson
Searching for objects such as users and groups isn't really intuitive.

First of all, after selecting the search criteria and hit enter, one is
returned to the default page, as if nothing happened (same in both ff
and chrome)

The only way to execute the search is by pressing the magnifier.

Furthermore, why not have a default search criteria such as attribute
--> name for users and attribute --> groupname for groups, and let the
user remove this is any other search is needed.

Rgds,

Jonas



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Re: Object search

Jonas Israelsson


On 07/09/16 00:02, Jonas Israelsson wrote:

> Searching for objects such as users and groups isn't really intuitive.
>
> First of all, after selecting the search criteria and hit enter, one
> is returned to the default page, as if nothing happened (same in both
> ff and chrome)
>
> The only way to execute the search is by pressing the magnifier.
>
> Furthermore, why not have a default search criteria such as attribute
> --> name for users and attribute --> groupname for groups, and let the
> user remove this is any other search is needed.
* attribute --> username for users
* attribute --> name for groups
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Re: Object search

ilgrosso
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In reply to this post by Jonas Israelsson
On 07/09/2016 00:02, Jonas Israelsson wrote:

> Searching for objects such as users and groups isn't really intuitive.
>
> First of all, after selecting the search criteria and hit enter, one
> is returned to the default page, as if nothing happened (same in both
> ff and chrome)
>
> The only way to execute the search is by pressing the magnifier.
>
> Furthermore, why not have a default search criteria such as attribute
> --> name for users and attribute --> groupname for groups, and let the
> user remove this is any other search is needed.

Sounds reasonable, I've opened

https://issues.apache.org/jira/browse/SYNCOPE-932

Regards.

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Francesco Chicchiriccò

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