Searching in a mapping

The Moogle tab contains search functionality for the mapping.

  1. Click the Moogle tab in the Mapping Console view.
  2. Select a category for the Search in field:
    Category Search in field
    Input Document Elements To search in elements and attributes for the input document.
    Mapping Elements To search in mapping elements, for example loop, function, and parameter names.
    Java Code To search in the Java code for all UVJ and UVB functions.
    Output Document Elements To search in elements and attributes for the output document.
    Note: When you select a category, a new search is completed. You can use the same search string in different categories.
  3. Specify a search string in the Search for field:
    Search for field Search string
    Search for document element name or a parameter name.

    The search string is case insensitive and matches part of element names, for example, a search for bc, matches ABCD.

    Search for unknown string.

    Use the wildcard character * (asterisk) in place of an unknown string, for example, a search for b*d matches ABCD, bed, and abd-001.

    For advanced users, search using regex.

    Regex are case-sensitive. For example, to search for all elements with the name ID, specify the search string #.*/ID where:

    • # is the regular expression indicator.

    • .* indicates any character zero or more times.

    • /ID indicates the end of the XPath.

    The paths for the elements are used for searching, not the element names. For example, if the name of a loop matches the search string, all functions and their parameters and inner loops within the loop are returned as search result because the name of the loop is part of their paths.

  4. Click Search.

    The search result is displayed in a table list. The number of matches is shown in the status bar at the bottom of Eclipse.

  5. Optionally, to further refine the search result:
    1. Specify a search string for the search result in the Find in result field.
    2. Click the drop-down arrow to select all fields or a specific field.

    This search filter applies to one or all of the columns. The search string is case-sensitive and matches part of the column values. You can use the wildcard character (*) asterisk in place of an unknown string.