Search user


The Search user page shows the list of claims that a user can have set. To apply any of the filters, you need to click the Use check box next to the filter, which means that it will be used when searching. If more filters are applied, all of their conditions need to be met in order for the users to be returned.
The filters are stored in the session so that the search displays the latest results for the session—this is then automatically reset when closing the browser. To reset the filters during the session, click the Reset search preferences button.

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The two filters that exist regardless of the site are:

Identify name: Uses the logic that the parameter, inserted into the search field, is equal to or part of a user’s Safewhere*Identify name for that user to be returned

User status: Here, you basically have the option of including all enabled or all disabled users.

Besides this, it will be possible to search using the claim types that are added to Safewhere*Identify as filters. Discrete claim and free claim are handled as follows:

Free claim: Uses the logic that the parameter, inserted into the search field, is equal to or part of a user’s claim type value for the free claim for that user to be returned:

Discrete claim: When searching for discrete claim, you can choose between three different query logic options that specify what the selection of possible options in the filter means in terms of returning users. The three different options are:

  • User has all the checked options => selects all users that have the checked options. They may have more than the checked options, but this we will not care about.
  • User has at least one of the checked options => selects all users that have at least one of the checked options.
  • User has none of the checked options => filters out users that have none of the checked options