The IGEL Universal Management Suite (UMS) can help you to manage large device installations. Often you will want to search or filter for objects with certain properties, and the UMS offers a wide selection. For advanced searches, however, you might need regular expressions, a powerful feature built into the UMS.
You can use them in:
- Quick Search
- Misc > Search
- Views > New View
- Edit > Edit Configuration > System > Registry > Search parameter ...
- UMS Administration > Global Configuration >Default Directory Rules
The UMS uses Java regular expressions. These are different from the globbing patterns that you may know from the DOS/Windows Command Prompt or the Linux commandline. For example, instead of using
* to match any number of characters, you use in the UMS:
. matches any character. The
* acts as a quantifier, stating how often the preceding pattern may occur, in this case zero or more times.
So, if you want to find something that begins with IGEL, use:
Something beginning with IGEL and ending with 12:
If you want to find something ending with IGEL:
Find out more about Java regular expressions in Oracle's documentation.