When the index scan is over, all scanned indexes appear in the Index Manager document. The document is divided into two sections:
Scan results can be easily grouped by a certain column and filtered with default or custom filters. Also, you can use the Search box for locating indexes that meet the search string.
To filter indexes:
Select a filter from the list or create a custom filter.
To sort indexes in the document or to change the sort order, click the header of a column.
To assign a secondary sorting, click another column header, while holding down the SHIFT key. You can set as many sorting columns as you need. To stop sorting on a certain column, click it while holding the CTRL key.
To clear column sorting, click the column header once again,.
The current sort order of a column is indicated by the sort glyph (a small arrow displayed at the column header’s right edge). If data is sorted in ascending order, the sort glyph represents an up-arrow. When sorting in descending order, the sort glyph is displayed as a down-arrow. If the column isn’t sorted, the sort glyph is hidden.