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To find documents that contain case-sensitive exact matches of a keyword, enable the
AdvancedCaseSearch setting before you index content into the IDOL Content component:
If you set
True in the IDOL Content component configuration file
[Server] section before you index content, you can query for case-sensitive exact matches of keywords by prefixing the keyword with a tilde (~) and putting it in quotation marks when you perform the query.
For example, if you query Content with
"~Lovely", it does not stem the word, and finds only documents that contain Lovely.
If you put a word into quotation marks but do not prefix it with a tilde (~), Content matches it exactly but not case-sensitively (that is, the query
"Lovely" matches documents that contain, for example, Lovely, lovely, lOveLy, and so on).
If you prefix a word with a tilde (~) and do not put it into quotation marks, Content matches it conceptually and case-sensitively (that is, the query
Lovely matches documents that contain, for example, Lovely, Love, Loved, Loving, and so on).
For more information about case-sensitive searching, refer to IDOL Expert.