By setting the search condition item as a required input, you can suppress all search processing.
Figure 1 shows an example where the name item is mandatory.You can not perform a search without entering a value.
Activate "required check" within "Search control> common" in model item detail definition.
It can also be set to "warning" instead of "o".When "Warning" is set, the message is displayed on the search screen, but if you click the "Search Search" button again, the search process will be done.
If you want to perform a range search with numeric or date type items, you can set it with a pattern such as "lower limit item: warning, upper limit item: required".("Range Search" must be enabled.)
Wagby is standard, and it carries out search processing at the timing when it shifts to the search screen.However, enabling this setting always results in an error.In order to avoid this, we make this setting.
Although the retrieval process immediately after the transition of the retrieval screen is performed, there is also a method of setting the initial value of the retrieval condition of the item.You can work around the error message in either way.