Fields whose Values are Boolean Agents

BOOLEANFIELD

The BOOLEANFIELD field specifier (case sensitive) allows you to find documents in which a specified Boolean agent field contains an expression that matches text you specify. A Boolean agent is a Boolean or proximity expression that legacy technologies use to categorize documents.

NOTE:

If you are using a Query action, HPE recommends that you use the AgentBooleanField action parameter rather than the BOOLEANFIELD field specifier. However, if you want to match more than one Boolean agent field, you must use the BOOLEANFIELD field specifier.

FieldText=BOOLEANFIELD{yourText}:yourFields

where:

yourText is text. A document returns only if one of yourFields contains a Boolean or proximity expression that matches the specified text.
yourFields

is one or more Boolean agent fields. A document returns only if it contains one of these fields, and if this field contains a Boolean or proximity expression that matches yourText.

If you want to specify multiple fields, separate them with colons (there must be no space before or after a colon).

For example:

BOOLEANFIELD{The cat sat on the mat}:MyFirstBooleanField:MySecondBooleanField

Any document that has a MyFirstBooleanField or MySecondBooleanField field that contains a Boolean or proximity expression that matches the specified text returns. For example, the Boolean and proximity expressions cat AND mat, cat OR mat, cat BEFORE mat, and cat DNEAR1 sat could match The cat sat on the mat. Therefore, documents that contain any of these Boolean and proximity expressions are returned.

Documents whose MyFirstBooleanField or MySecondBooleanField fields contain, for example, cat AND mat AND dog or mat BEFORE cat are not returned.


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