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Onboarding activities can result in the creation of large volumes of work that are commonly carried out by multiple groups within the organization. It is important to quickly and easily find this work.
In addition to the following default search parameters, you can implement Onboarding for Financial Services to use additional search parameters:
- Short name
- Phone number
- Email address
- Case ID
- Address Line 1
In addition to the available filter fields, the results list has been enhanced to include the customer name for easier identification. Cases can involve a high number of sub-cases. You can exclude sub-cases from the search results.
for more details about how to extend search properties, see the Implementation Guide on the Pega Client Lifecycle Management for Financial Services page.
The following rules are used to implement the case search:
Retrieves the properties for a case search.
Shows all of the case search results in a new window.
Takes the parameters from the D_pyWorkSearchPreferences data page and loads the search results.
Contains the search filter UI that is used in pyFindWorkGadget.
Shows My Cases and work creation.
Contains the sections that show all of the case search results.
Reusable search data page that is used in the new search gadget pyFindWorkGadget.
Contains the search defaults that are used in the new search gadget pyFindWorkGadget.
Provides a search gadget that can search for work and cases across the different work pools of your application.
The data transform loads the search defaults for the new search gadget pyFindWorkGadget. Change the search defaults by modifying them here.
This activity is the load activity of the data page D_pyWorkSearch. It gets search results for work, pulse, and tags for a given string based on the parameters that are passed to the data page.
Custom Search Properties
Use this custom search property rule to configure custom properties in the search results.
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