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To perform a search by NoteID Range, simply type the first and the last NoteID of the range you want to search in the dialog box and select where you want to put the search results.

Note

For more information on where the search results will be placed, see Search Overview and My Selection.




When you perform a Search by NoteID Range, scanEZ will search everywhere in the database, including deletion stubs.

NoteID range restrictions

The minimum value for a NoteID is 1 and the maximum is 4,294,297,295 (or hFFFFFFFF). If the NoteID entered is invalid, you will see a message similar to this in the dialog box :



The second NoteID must be greater than the first. If your second NoteID is less than the first, you will see the following message :



If both your NoteID are valid, you will see how many documents will be searched :


Put Search Results in

You can choose where to display the results of your search. You have the following radio button options:

  • New 'My Selection': If this is checked, a new 'My Selection' virtual folder will be created, containing the result of your NoteID Range search. You have the option of entering a name for the virtual folder (if left blank, the default 'MySelection#' naming scheme will be used).
  • Current 'My Selection' (append to): If this is checked, your search results will be added to the current 'My Selection' virtual folder. This option is only available when there is already a 'My Selection' folder active in your scanEZ session.
  • Current 'My Selection' (replace): If this is checked, your search results will be added to the current 'My Selection' virtual folder replacing the original content of the folder. This option is only available when there is already a 'My Selection' folder active in your scanEZ session.
Tip

Searching by NoteID Range is often handy when trying to track down documents affected with the Field is too large (32K) error in Lotus Notes. For application notes, please read following article at the Ytria Tech Lab:

When the dreaded “Field is too large (32K)” Lotus Notes error strikes

Note

For more information about where the search results will be put, see Search Overview and My Selection.