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Case-Sensitive Exact Keyword Search
To find documents that contain case-sensitive exact matches of a keyword, enable the AdvancedCaseSearch setting before you index content into IDOL server:
If you set AdvancedCaseSearch to true in the IDOL server 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 execute the query.
For example, if you query IDOL server with "~Lovely", it does not stem the word, and finds only documents that also contain Lovely.
If you put a word into quotation marks but do not prefix it with a tilde (~), IDOL server 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 do not prefix a word with a tilde (~) and do not put it into quotation marks, IDOL server matches it conceptually (that is, the query lovely matches documents that contain, for example, lovely, love, loved, loving, and so on).