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Find usages of design elements

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In order to clean a project, sometimes we require to go to each eSpace, each action and check if there is any usage of, for instance, comment comment element.

It would save a lot of time if we could list all of the usages of Advanced Queries, Comments, Aggregates and so on.


Thanks!

Created on 29 Dec 2016
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I merged three similar Ideas.

Merged this idea with 'Allow Search in Service Studio to specify Elements (eg. SQL, Raise Error)' (created on 2015-03-17 10:52:03 by Tiago Neves)
17 Mar 2015
I was looking for a way to get from Service Studio search a list of all the SQL advanced queries elements in the eSpace or Aggregates or Raise Error elements for that matter.
I would like to review the SQL's in an eSpace and don't want to leave one out... There is no way of achieving this.

Basically, just add a list filter on Search which would allow the developer to select All elements or just a specific group (eg. SQL, Assign, Raise Error, etc...)



Merged from 'Allow Search in Service Studio to specify Elements (eg. SQL, Raise Error)' (idea created on 2015-03-17 10:52:03 by Tiago Neves), on 2018-01-31 13:53:51 by Vasco Pessanha
18 Mar 2015
You can currently sort the results to make it easier to narrow down... but I'd still like to filter it. Especially useful if you can filter by type with no query... like finding all Entries!

J.Ja


Merged from 'Allow Search in Service Studio to specify Elements (eg. SQL, Raise Error)' (idea created on 2015-03-17 10:52:03 by Tiago Neves), on 2018-01-31 13:53:51 by Vasco Pessanha
18 Mar 2015
Exactly James. That's the usage I would like to have also.

Merged from 'Allow Search in Service Studio to specify Elements (eg. SQL, Raise Error)' (idea created on 2015-03-17 10:52:03 by Tiago Neves), on 2018-01-31 13:53:51 by Vasco Pessanha
16 Jan 2017

It would be nice if we could have a search/find with more advanced options that allowed you to restrict the search by tool in order, for example, to search for all the advanced queries in a module.

 



Merged from 'Search/Find with more advanced options, for example, by tool' (idea created on 2017-01-16 16:16:53 by Miguel Oliveira), on 2017-12-28 14:13:45 by Vasco Pessanha
10 Mar 2017

I would like to be able to detect all usages (within a moduler or, even better, within an application) of a component. In my case (here), I had a large application and I needed to revisit every action/screen where the Download component and the Upload widgets were being used.



Merged from 'Find component usages' (idea created on 2017-03-10 14:56:04 by mariap), on 2018-01-29 07:52:01 by Kilian Hekhuis
26 Dec 2017

Hi mariap,

This is similar to this idea right? https://www.outsystems.com/ideas/2799/find-usages-of-design-elements

Can I merge both of them?

Cheers



Merged from 'Find component usages' (idea created on 2017-03-10 14:56:04 by mariap), on 2018-01-29 07:52:01 by Kilian Hekhuis
26 Dec 2017

Hi Miguel,

Would this be something like this idea? https://www.outsystems.com/ideas/2799/find-usages-of-design-elements

Can I merge both of the ideas (it will merge the comments and add the likes ;)

Cheers



Merged from 'Search/Find with more advanced options, for example, by tool' (idea created on 2017-01-16 16:16:53 by Miguel Oliveira), on 2017-12-28 14:13:45 by Vasco Pessanha
27 Dec 2017

Hi Vasco,

Yes, you can merge both the ideas.

Thanks



Merged from 'Search/Find with more advanced options, for example, by tool' (idea created on 2017-01-16 16:16:53 by Miguel Oliveira), on 2017-12-28 14:13:45 by Vasco Pessanha

Possibility of finding all uses for a widget, can save a good working time.



Merged from 'Possibility to find all uses for a widget.' (idea created on 2018-01-17 14:15:56 by Huarlem Lima), on 2018-01-29 07:52:23 by Kilian Hekhuis

I can understand you would want to find all uploads on your application... but why do you need to find all switches?



Merged from 'Possibility to find all uses for a widget.' (idea created on 2018-01-17 14:15:56 by Huarlem Lima), on 2018-01-29 07:52:23 by Kilian Hekhuis
24 Jan

On the other hand, it *could* be useful to find all advanced-sql and review them if they still need to be adv. sql



Merged from 'Possibility to find all uses for a widget.' (idea created on 2018-01-17 14:15:56 by Huarlem Lima), on 2018-01-29 07:52:23 by Kilian Hekhuis
6 Apr (2 weeks ago)

Like this one!

A workaround that in the past I used, specially for Advanced Queries elements (now SQL elements), was to include a tag, for example "#aq", in the Description of the Advanced Query so that later I could search for that tag with the normal search (CTRL + F).

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