STRING

The STRING field specifier (case sensitive) allows you to specify one or more strings of which one must be contained as a substring in a specified field.

NOTE:

The field specifier speed can be optimized by restricting the field to the MatchType property type.

Format

FieldText=STRING{yourStrings}:yourFields
yourStrings

Type one or more strings. A document is only returned if one of these strings is a substring of the value in one of yourFields. You can match strings that contain punctuation (but see Note below) or consist of several words.

NOTE:

To distinguish query syntax punctuation from punctuation within strings, double-percent-encode commas and curly braces within strings. Query syntax punctuation must be left unencoded. There must be no space before or after a separator comma.

yourFields Type one or more fields. A document is only returned if it contains one of these fields, and if the value in this field is contains one of yourStrings as a substring.Separate multiple fields with colons (:). There must be no space before or after a colon.

Example

FieldText=STRING{cat,dog}:ANIMAL

A document's ANIMAL field value must contain the substring cat or dog for this document to be returned.

FieldText=STRING{old cat}:ANIMAL:TOPIC

A document's ANIMAL or TOPIC field value must contain the substring old cat for this document to be returned. If a document's ANIMAL field, for example, has the value old cat, old caterpillar or bold cats, this document is returned.

FieldText=STRING{example.com}:COMPANY

A document's COMPANY field value must contain the substring example.com for this document to be returned. If a document's COMPANY field, for example, has the value example.com or http://www.example.com/content/home, this document is returned.

FieldText=STRING{a%2Cb}:MISC

A document's MISC field value must contain the substring a,b for this document to be returned. If a document's MISC field, for example, has the value a,b or a,b,c, this document is returned.


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