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How To Configure Matches Searches To Use The = operator. (Doc ID 2316207.1)

Last updated on FEBRUARY 22, 2019

Applies to:

Oracle WebCenter Content - Version and later
Information in this document applies to any platform.


When doing Matches searches within the WebCenter Content server, by default it uses the LIKE operator.

As an example:

>searchquery/6 10.10 21:36:34.312 IdcServer-2869 Setting substr to other operator conv flag: 'dDocTitle <matches> 'TEST''
>searchquery/6 10.10 21:36:34.312 IdcServer-2869 Parsing universal query: 'dDocTitle <matches> 'TEST''
>searchquery/6 10.10 21:36:34.312 IdcServer-2869 Processing callback on query value 'TEST'
>searchquery/6 10.10 21:36:34.312 IdcServer-2869 Converted native query: ' dDocTitle LIKE 'TEST' '
>searchquery/6 10.10 21:36:34.313 IdcServer-2869 query(live): (dDocTitle LIKE 'TEST') [1,20] sort(ORDER BY dInDate Desc)

When doing an exact match search, using the = operator is more efficient than using the LIKE operator.

How can the = operator be used in Matches search queries instead of the LIKE operator.


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