How to configure your module search & form options? - LabCollector

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LabCollector offers various set-up options. It is ready-to-use (insofar as is possible), its configuration can be easily managed by the super-admin in order to meet your specific laboratory requirements. In the following Knowledge Base, we will show you how to set up your module search and form options.

To configure your module search options, simply go to ADMIN -> OTHER -> SETUP -> Module Search & Form Options:

  • A: Module Search & Form Options:
    • LabCollector offers the option to input multiple lines into the search bar, a small icon will appear in the bottom right corner of the search bar once this option is activated, which allows you to configure its size.

    • You can choose to activate the strict search option, which allows you to perform a strict search on MySQL content with HTML tags.
    • You can set your search bar to be insensitive to certain characters (which are displayed in the screenshot below).

  • B: Module Initial Search Options:
    • You can choose whether or not you want to display results when first accessing a module even if there is no search history, you can also set the default sort to ASC (ascending) or DESC (descending).
  • C: Module Form Share Options:
    • Here you can set your default share type to be either Per Module or Global.
    • If you choose the Per Module option, you will have to access to the Record Options page (by following these steps: Admin -> Other -> Record Options), and select the groups with which you want to share the module form for each individual module (as shown in the screenshot below).

    • And if you choose the Global option, the Default share drop down menu will be accessible and you can then select the group(s) with which you want to share the module form. In this case, the selected group(s) will automatically appear in the share options of the module form, and this will be valid for all modules without exception (as shown in the screenshot below).

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