Search for a territorial, an administrative-territorial unit or region
Reference "Changes for one territorial or administrative-territorial unit" presents information for all entered into the register changes for given unit and the data for unit at the date of each change (event).
Searching of unit obligatory should be done at a given date; the current date is browsed by default. The unit may be also searched by part of name and/or by part of code. In case type of unit "All" is chosen, it is obligatory to set also additional searching condition by name and/or code (part of name/code).
Searching by name does not depend on usage of capital or small letters, i.e. you may enter "NEW" or "new" and the result will be the same. If up to three symbols are entered into the field "Name", only units which names start with the entered letters are searched. In case four or more symbols are entered, searching is conducted at the beginning, middle and end of the name. In case symbols are entered in the field "Code", units are searched, which codes begin with the entered symbols.
Drop down list, containing types of units depends on condition chosen. In condition "All" or "Closed", the list includes all types of units and for populated places all types of populated places are also shown. In condition "Existing", the list includes existing for the respective date types of units only and types of populated places. When changing the condition, wait for updating the list with types of units.
If no unit is found, it is good to review the conditions entered and if necessary - change them.
List with found units contains the code, name and condition of units at date of searching.
In case of choice of unit, reference is generated for all changes (events) of the unit, entered into the register. Date, type and document of the respective change are pointed in the reference.
In case of choice of event, data for the unit at the date of change chosen may be reviewed. Stressed vowel in the name of units is presented by larger characters and is darker compared to the rest letters.