Sounds good to me, as long as you are confident in the stability of the version we upgrade
On Mar 19, 2014, at 6:21 PM, Harald Pehl <hpehl(a)redhat.com>
During the F2F meeting in Brno Heiko and I started a little experiment: Local search for
the Admin Console. The idea is to have a search index in the browser's local storage
which is used to enable a "search as you type" feature.
With the introduction of RBAC, all views were annotated with resource addresses. We reuse
this information to setup an index over those addresses. The description of the r-r-d
operation is extracted, tokenized and stored in the index. In addition it's possible
to programmatically assign keywords to selected views. Keywords are a way to boost views
in the search results. We did that for prominent views like the deployment browser.
The index is built lazily when the user enters the search for the first time. In a
typical environment this takes only a few seconds. Once the index is ready, it is stored
in the local storage using the language, the operation mode (standalone / domain) and the
model version as key. The size of the index is about 70 KB (for domain mode).
Under the hood the index is built using . As a little extra you can reach the local
search using a shortcut (Cmd+. / Ctrl+.) - therefore  is used.
I found some time to polish the local search and am quite happy with the result. I'd
like to add this feature to WildFly 8.0.1. If you want to take a look, grab the latest
snapshot from  and replace the default console resources under
What do you think?
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