When using the Search Engine to look for documents, it is also possible to search for specific system attributes.
To do so, the search query has to be written as such:
sysatt_<Attribute Alias>:<Searched value>
(Note that Attribute Alias is case sensitive)
For example, assuming documents with the following system attribute exists:
The document having the Change Request Number "123ABC" could be searched with:
All documents having a Change Request Number starting with 123 could be searched with:
This can also be used with other terms, for example, searching for a specific Control Number AND any Change Request starting with 123 could be done like this:
System attributes that are referring to Users can be searched in the same way, though it is important to note the username is the value that should be searched for (not the user's full name).
System attributes of type Multi-Selection list can also be searched in the same way, though it is good to understand that the value that is indexed is a coma separated list of the selected entries, so, when searching for an entry it is best to surround it by * like this:
Related Articles :
Performing Searches and Queries: https://docs.solabs.com/hc/en-us/articles/360042044013-SOLABS-QM10-Performing-Search-and-Queries
Document Actions that Trigger Search Indexing: https://docs.solabs.com/hc/en-us/articles/1500010689541-Actions-on-Documents-that-Trigger-the-Search-Indexing