The Self-Contained Search screen is a type of Multi-row screen that has a unique navigation in that the user changes one or more "search" fields on the screen, then presses Enter or a Function key to refresh the multi-row portion of the screen with the results of the search.
|Host||The Self-Contained search screen provides a single view of both search fields and the results for the user. Unlike other multi-row screens, when the screen is initially displayed, the list is not generally valid until entries are made in the search and the Enter key pressed.|
|UI||When displayed in an event-driven environment, this screen will behave the same in the web environment as in the screen environment (user enters search terms then presses Enter for results). In a workflow or in a web service generator environment, this type of screen must be identified so that logic is setup to enter the search terms, simulate the Enter key, then read the results.|
On this screen, the initial display will not display the correct case list--the "Position To" fields need to be entered first, with an Enter key before the list is correct for display or further processing.