By default, search runs against Elasticsearch indices that are generated based on the actual
data in a content management system CMS. Advanced search can be activated by appending
?source=cms to the URL and
access the CMS directly.
The advanced search mode adds further controls to the search criteria beyond the criteria from
Scope sets the phase of the OneOps lifecycle or narrows the search to a specific core entity such as
For example, to search realized instances of a compute, select
operations(bom*). To go to the compute configuration
that is specific to an environment, choose
The class input allows you to define a specific entity class to be searched and supports auto-completion.
Once a class is selected, the attribute control aloows you to compose a entity-specific condition for the search with
the attribute name, value and a match with
not equal or
For example, the compute class has various attributes like public_ip, public_dns, osname and many others, which can be
used to create a search condition to find a specific compute.