Background of the Application

C1 Mobile Search is a PDA application which is used to retrieve information about a specific medical product. Professional Sales Representatives (PSR) can use this application to query for a product's relevant details/applications. C1 Mobile Search functions like a search engine (e.g. Google), where a keyword or a combination of different keywords will yield to a list of answers that are ranked in terms of keyword precision.

3. In the address bar enter: mobilesearch/lri

Accessing the Application
PDA: 1. Switch on your PDA. 2. Tap on Start > Internet Explorer.

4. Tap on Go. 5. Enter User name, Password and Domain, then tap on OK.


Note: • C1 Mobile and C1 Mobile search make use of the same username and password. Passwords expires every ninety (90) days. Passwords must contain at least ten (10) characters. A user cannot use the last five (5) previous passwords. The account will be locked after three (3) unsuccessful password attempts.

7. You can now view the Home page of C1 Mobile Search which contains the following:

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6. Tap on Yes when asked about the security certificate.

A. Search Preferences: Contains the list of options for searching two or more keywords. • And – Keyword entries are treated as one combination. Ex: ms factor This will retrieve exact articles about “ms factor”.


• • Or – Keyword entries are treated separately. All the articles in relation to the keywords entered in the textbox will be retrieved. Ex: ms factor This will retrieve articles related to “ms” and will also retrieve articles related to ”factor”.

All – All results of an "And" and an "Or" search method will be retrieved. Ex: ms factor This will retrieve a combination of both methods

B. About: Contains the background of the application.


C. Help: Contains the basic instruction on how to use the application.

Parts of the Search Result Page

A. Search Field To search for an article, just enter the keyword in the textbox then click on Search button. You can also use the search field box found at the bottom of the search page. B. Search button Click on this button to submit search query. C. Search Preferences D. Article Title This is the title of the article/s found based on the keyword/s entered. E. Text Below Title This is an excerpt from the result page with the keyword/s used highlighted in bold font. F. First Page This link will show the first 10 articles. G. Previous Page This link will show the previous 10 articles viewed. H. Next Page This link will show the next 10 articles. I. Last Page

D. Disclaimer : Contains the guidelines and policies on how to use the application.


This link will show the last 10 or remaining articles. J. Statistics Bar This line describes your search and indicates the total number of results.

Using Mobile Search
1. Key-in one or more related search terms (the words or phrase that best describe the information you want to find) into the search box.

5. Tap on the article title to view the complete write-up.

2. Select any radio button below the search textbox if you want to change the search type. 3. Tap on the ‘Search’ button.

4. The list of related links will be viewed based on the keyword entered.


6. Tap on Back button to return to the previous page with list of related links.

Search Methods
I. Single Keyword Query II. Multiple Keyword Query III. Capitalization

II. Multiple Keyword Query C1 Mobile Search uses stemming technology, which retrieves documents with word variations based on keywords entered. For example, a search on ms factor will retrieve links with ms and factor. Related terms will be highlighted in the snippet of text accompanying each result.

I. Single Keyword Query Choose the exact or closest word is the key to finding the information you need. You can key-in the brand name if you’re looking for general information about the product. For example, Factor


Accessing Thru an Internet Cafe
1. Launch the Internet Explorer by selecting the icon. 2. On the address bar enter: mobilesearch III. Capitalization This search page is NOT case sensitive. Letters entered are treated as lower case. For example, searches for MS Factor, Ms factor, mS fAcToR will all return the same result. ph/mobilesearch


3. If the security pop-up window appears, click on Ok.

Adding Web Address to Favorites for PDA
1. Open the page of the site you wanted to add to your favorite. 2. Click on the Star button found at the bottom of the screen. 3. Click on Add/Delete tab.

4. Login window will appear. Please enter the Username and Password. Enter the following information: User name: unilab\<username> Unilab Username Example: Juan D. Cruz Username: jdcruz Ex: Username: unilab\jdcruz Password: Your unilab network password

4. On Select an Item to delete click on Add button. 5. On Add Favorite window you can specify the name of the web page, then click on Add button.

Note: Do not check the Remember my Password check box.


6. Click on Ok


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computers setup in the provincial depots or in any Unilab office. Once the computer has been turned on, enter your Unilab network username and password. (If the system doesn’t accept your password, please call the NOSD helpdesk at 6318501 (Local 7878) and request for your password to be reset. You still have to perform steps 1-6 once your password has been reset.) Click on Ctrl+Alt+Del to view the Windows Security page. Click on “Change Password”. Type in the following information a. User Name : Your Unilab network ID b. Domain: Unilab

Cleaning up the Cache
For security reasons, it is recommended to perform the following steps after accessing the application: PDA 1. Access the Internet Explorer 2. Open Tools > Options 3. Go to Memory > Tap on Clear History and Delete Files 4. Go to Security > Tap on Clear Cookies Internet Café (if possible) 1. Click on Tools > Internet Options. 2. Click on Delete Cookies, Delete Files, Clear History.

c. Old Password : Your old Unilab network password d. New Password : Your new Unilab network password e. Confirm New Password : Your new Unilab network password Click on OK to effect the new password

For any concern regarding the content of the articles, please contact your division pharmacist For any technical concern (e.g. access) please contact: Pam Casilao : (0917) 820 9131 Jayson Cristobal : (0917) 538 3631

Changing the Unilab Network Password
1. Access any PC that is connected to the Unilab network. This can be done using any of the