Report:DialogClassic and Classic Web/Search History Interface/Managing Search Histories
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Managing Search Histories
In Dialog, each search command submitted to the system is treated as a distinct object that can be saved, recalled, edited, etc.
Searches are saved using the SAVE command and recalled for later use using the RECALL command. Saved searches are saved on the Dialog servers, not on the user's local machine.
Editing Saved Queries
Once saved, searches can be opened and edited by using the EDIT command. A window like the one pictured below will appear, enabling the user to edit and optionally re-name the saved search.
Stacking Saved Queries
Result sets can be combined or "stacked" using the COMBINE command. The Boolean operators AND, OR, and NOT can all be used when combining queries. The screenshot below of a search session demonstrates how this is done. The result sets are combined and a new set is created when using the COMBINE command.