Fields that Contain a Specified String

You can use the following field specifiers (case sensitive) to return documents with fields that contain a specified string.

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.

FieldText=STRING{yourStrings}:yourFields

where:

yourStrings

is one or more strings. A document returns only if one of these strings is a substring of the value in one of yourFields.

FieldText queries that include commas and braces in the query have specific percent-encoding requirements. For information about percent-encoding, see FieldText.

yourFields

is one or more fields. A document returns only if it contains one of these fields, and if the value in this field contains one of yourStrings as a substring.

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

Examples:

FieldText=STRING{cat,dog}:ANIMAL

The ANIMAL field value must contain the substring cat or dog for the document to return. For example, if the ANIMAL field has the value scattering, the document returns.

FieldText=STRING{old cat}:ANIMAL:TOPIC

The ANIMAL or TOPIC field value must contain the substring old cat for the document to return. For example, if the ANIMAL field has the value old cat, old caterpillar, or bold cats, the document returns.

FieldText=STRING{example.com}:COMPANY

The COMPANY field value must contain the substring example.com for the document to return. For example, if the COMPANY field has the value example.com or http://www.example.com/content/home, the document returns.

FieldText=STRING{a\,b}:MISC

The MISC field value must contain the substring a,b for the document to return. For example, if the MISC field has the value a,b or a,b,c, the document returns.

STRINGALL

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

FieldText=STRINGALL{yourStrings}:yourFields

where:

yourStrings

is one or more strings. A document returns only if all these strings are substrings of the value in one of yourFields.

If you want to specify multiple strings, separate them with commas (there must be no space before or after a comma). FieldText queries which include commas and braces in the query have specific percent-encoding requirements. For information about percent-encoding, see FieldText.

yourFields

is one or more fields. A document returns only if it contains one of these fields, and if the value in this field contains yourStrings as substrings.

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

Examples:

FieldText=STRINGALL{cat,dog}:ANIMAL

The ANIMAL field value must contain the substrings cat and dog for the document to return. For example, if the ANIMAL field has the value grooming cats and dogs or doggedly scattering seeds, the document returns.

FieldText=STRINGALL{old cat,young dog}:ANIMAL:TOPIC

The ANIMAL or TOPIC field value must contain the substrings old cat and young dog for this document to return. For example, if the ANIMAL field has the value old cat chases young dog, or young doggedly chasing bold cats, the document returns.

FieldText=STRINGALL{a\,b,e\,f}:MISC

The MISC field value must contain the substrings a,b and e,f for this document to return. For example, if the MISC field, for example, has the value a,b,c,d,e,f or 0=e,fx 1=da,ba, the document returns.

SUBSTRING

The SUBSTRING field specifier (case sensitive) allows you to return documents whose field value is a substring of a specified string (or equal to a specified string).

FieldText=SUBSTRING{yourStrings}:yourFields

where:

yourStrings

is one or more strings. A document returns only if one of yourFields contains a substring of one of the specified strings.

If you want to specify multiple strings, separate them with commas (there must be no space before or after a comma). FieldText queries that include commas and braces in the query have specific percent-encoding requirements. For information about percent-encoding, see FieldText.

yourFields

is one or more fields. A document returns only if it contains one of these fields, and if the value in this field is a substring of yourStrings.

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

Examples:

FieldText=SUBSTRING{Telecommunications,Technology}:SECTOR

The SECTOR field must contain a string that is a substring of Telecommunications or Technology. For example, if the SECTOR field has the value Telecom or Technology, the document returns. If the SECTOR field has the value Latest Technology, the document does not return.


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