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<title>The Party Find help screen.</title>
<para>The 'Find Party' is the default screen for the Party Manager application. It is used to locate existing
parties. Various search criteria can be used, either based on the general party data
like name role and type but also on the postal address, telephone (Telecom) and other like
email address.</para>
<para>If the find button is pressed, a list is presented containing several columns.</para>
<para>The first column shows the Party ID. This is a string that uniquely identifies the Party in the system.</para>
<para>The second column shows the Party logins. This is the string the user enters when logging into the system. A single Party can have more than one login.
In this case the &quot;(many)&quot; string is showed in place of the login string. The complete list of user logins can still be seen in the Party details screen.
If a Party has no user login associated the string &quot;(none)&quot; is shown.</para>
<para>In the &quot;Main Roletype&quot; column the role is listed which is a child of the &quot;Main role"&quot; roletype. It is currently set
to &quot;Organisation&quot; and &quot;SFA Role&quot;. The later to be prepared to use he party in he SFA component. See the marketing application for more