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searching gnomes

This question was originally posted on DCIM Support by Tim Polnow on 2017-06-01


We have DCO 8.1 and searching for gnomes is difficult.

Example searching for AP8888. Yes, AP8888 is in both libraries.  When I type in 8888 or 888, the search does not list anything.  It will list the AP8888 genome in the global genome library.  If I type just 88, then all devices with 88 in the name are listed including the AP8888.  This happens when searching other devices also.

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Re: searching gnomes

This answer was originally posted on DCIM Support by Jef Faridi on 2017-06-02


Hi Tim,

I have added AP8888 to my Genomes (from Genome Library), and when I type 8888 in the Search box, then my search is successful both for Genome and Genome Library:

would you mind to share a screen capture illustrating the issue, thanks.

Kind regards

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Re: searching gnomes

This answer was originally posted on DCIM Support by Jef Faridi on 2017-06-09


Hi Tim (Tim Polnow)

The cause of the Genome search issue is now located in your kindly provided solution. In the custom catalog there is a bundle without name.

As illustrated, if we assign a name to bundle in the category Genomes -> Storage -> Spectra Logic, then we will be able to search again:

Kind regards

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