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    Search entries existing in both databases

    OCCURRENCE

    ARB_MERGE/Transfer species/Source-DB/Search entries existing in both DBs

    ARB_MERGE/Transfer species/Source-DB/Search words existing in entries of both DBs

    ARB_MERGE/Transfer species/Target-DB/Search entries existing in both DBs and listed in the source DB hitlist

    ARB_MERGE/Transfer species/Target-DB/Search entries existing words existing in entries of DBs and listed in the source DB hitlist

     

    DESCRIPTION

    Searches for

    • entries or
    • words in entries

    of the 'Search field' selected in the first query expression.

    When you use these functions from menu 'Source-DB', all species are queried and searched for equal entries (or words in entries). Search is performed only in the field selected for the first query expression of the source DB.

    When you use the functions from menu 'Target-DB', only those species in the target DB are queried and searched for equal entries (or words in entries), for which their corresponding species in the source DB are currently listed in the source DB hitlist . Search is performed only for the field selected for the first query expression of the target DB.

    If you select 'that don't match' in the search&query windows, species are only listed if they have an entry which doesn't exist in other DB.

     

    NOTES

    As a shortcut to search for equal entries, you can enter an empty 'Search string' in the first query (for source or target DB). Searching for marked species is not affected!

    If you need to search for empty fields,

    • either use the second query or
    • search for '*' and select 'don't match'

     

    EXAMPLES

    None

     

    WARNINGS

    None

     

    BUGS

    No bugs known