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<?xml version="1.0" encoding="UTF-8"?>
<!--
    Copyright (c) 2005, 2010 IBM Corporation and others.
    All rights reserved. This program and the accompanying materials
    are made available under the terms of the Eclipse Public License v1.0
    which accompanies this distribution, and is available at
    http://www.eclipse.org/legal/epl-v10.html
   
    Contributors:
         IBM Corporation - initial API and implementation
 -->

<cheatsheet title="Search">
   <intro>
      <description>
         This tests support for advanced search.  Perform search either from the browser opened by &quot;Help&quot;-&quot;Help Contents&quot;.
      </description>
   </intro>
   <item title="Search for project close" dialog="false" skip="false">
      <description>
         Search for &apos;project close&apos; (no quotes).  Documents should be found containing both words.  Selecting document should show its contents with occurrences of both words highlighted.
      </description>
   </item>
   <item title="Search for project AND close" dialog="false" skip="false">
      <description>
         Search for &apos;project AND close&apos; (no quotes).  The results should be same as for the previous query
      </description>
   </item>
   <item title="Search for project OR close" dialog="false" skip="false">
      <description>
         Search for &apos;project OR close&apos; (no quotes).  The list of hits should be much longer, with some documents at the top containing both words, and documents down the list containing only one of them.
      </description>
   </item>
   <item title="Search for project close not navigator" dialog="false" skip="false">
      <description>
         Search for &apos;project close not navigator&apos; (no quotes).  The list of hits should be smaller than in step 1.
      </description>
   </item>
   <item title="Exact search" dialog="false" skip="false">
      <description>
         Search for &apos; &quot;close project&quot; &apos; (in double quotes).  The search results list should be shorter than in step 1. The documents should contain consecutive words close and project (possibly separated by a punctuation).
      </description>
   </item>
   <item title="Unscoped search" dialog="false" skip="false">
      <description>
         Search for &apos;close project&apos; (no quotes). Record the number of hits.
      </description>
   </item>
   <item title="Select a search result" dialog="false" skip="false">
      <description>
         Select a document.  Note the book the topic belongs to.  The book name is displayed on the toolbar in the browser, directly above the document.
      </description>
   </item>
   <item title="Narrow scope" dialog="false" skip="false">
      <description>
         Create a new scope </description>
      <subitem label="Click &quot;Scope:&quot;.  The scope selection window will open.  Click &quot;New&quot;, Select some books or sections, but leave the book that was noted in step 2 unchecked." skip="false">
      </subitem>
      <subitem label="Type a name for your new scope.  Close dialog windows, ensure that the scope name appears on the search tool bar." skip="false">
      </subitem>
   </item>
   <item title="Scoped Search" dialog="false" skip="false">
      <description>
         Click the &quot;Go&quot; button for search again .  Verify that the document selected in step 3 does not appear in the list of search results.
      </description>
   </item>
   <item title="Restore default scope" dialog="false" skip="false">
      <description>
         Click the Search Scope again and remove the scope you just defined. Click OK to close the dialog. The search bar should now have &quot;All topics&quot; in the Search Scope.
      </description>
   </item>
</cheatsheet>

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