How To Configure Matches Searches To Use The = operator.
Last updated on MARCH 19, 2018
Applies to:Oracle WebCenter Content - Version 184.108.40.206.0 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 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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