Fields whose Value Matches Wildcard Strings

WILD

The WILD field specifier (case sensitive) allows you to find documents in which a specified field contains a string that matches a specified Wildcard string.

If the query does not contain any Wildcard characters (? or *), the WILD field specifier acts in the same way as the MATCH field specifier.

FieldText=WILD{yourStrings}:yourFields

where:

yourStrings

is one or more strings that contain Wildcards. A document returns only if one of yourFields matches one of these strings.

FieldText queries which include commas and braces within 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 this field contains one 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=WILD{*.html,*.htm}:URL

The URL field value must end with .html or .htm for this document to return as a result.

FieldText=WILD{passi*incarnata}:Climbers:Plants

The Climbers or Plants field value must contain a phrase that begins with passi and ends with incarnata (for example, passionflower incarnata or passiflora incarnata) for this document to return as a result.

FieldText=WILD{*www.example.com*.txt}:PATH

The PATH field value must contain a path that contains www.example.com and ends with .txt (for example, http://www.example.com/files/doc.txt) for the document to return as a result.

FieldText=WILD{wom?n }:Clothes

The Clothes field value must contain a word that matches the specified Wildcard string (for example, woman or women) for this document to return as a result.


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