But for exact date you must give the operator ==
When you search in text fields, without specifying an operator it will be
interpreted as '~*your-text*'
Some fields has a fixed set of allowable values from which you can choose.
Instrument...... : ALL
These fields normally have a default value of "ALL" which means : Accept all
values in this field.
In order to to submit your request press the "Search"
button. If you want to reset all the fields back to the way they where
before you started entering qualifiers in them, press the
"reset" button. (You could try to edit the "Exp.Start"
field above and then press the "Reset" button).
more Prop Dataset Name Exp.Start Inst Target Name
MORE 3545 W1460G01T 28 Sep 92 04:29:18 WFPC 53W045A
MORE 3545 W1460G02T 28 Sep 92 06:05:18 WFPC 53W045A
MORE 3545 W1460G03T 28 Sep 92 07:41:18 WFPC 53W045A
MORE 3545 W1460G04T 28 Sep 92 09:18:18 WFPC 53W045A
MORE 3545 W1460H01T 28 Sep 92 12:31:18 WFPC 53W045A
Each field in the query form are prepended with a toggle field, which indicates whether the field should be
included in tabular output or not. This toggle is
not selected, so the corresponding field would not be included in the
tabular output. This toggle
is selected so the corresponding field
would be included in the tabular output.
Sometimes additional fields can be chosen from a selection box under
the query fields. This would look like this :
Extra columns on tabular output :
Several fields can be selected using the
Ctrl key and the left mouse button at the same time (in
Mosaic). Try it now !