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TERM field specifier (case sensitive) allows you to find documents with a specified field whose value contains a conceptual match of one or more terms specified by you. A conceptual match exists if a term you specify matches a term in a specified field after it has been stemmed.
Note: If the language that you are using does not match the
that you have specified in the Distributed Action Handler configuration file, you must add the
parameter to your query action.
Type one or more terms. A document is only returned if one of
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.
||Type one or more fields. A document is only returned if it contains one of these fields, and if a term in this field conceptually matches one of
DRETITLE field must contain a term that conceptually matches shopping or centers for this document to be returned. If a document's
DRETITLE field, for example, has the value shop this document is returned, while if it has the value
bookshopping, it is not returned.
PRODUCT field must contain a term that conceptually matches
football for this document to be returned. If a document's
PRODUCT field, for example, has the value
footballers, this document is returned, while if it has the value
soccer, it is not returned.