1C:Enterprise 8.3. User Manual. Taxi interface. Chapter 10. Format of Search Expressions

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CHAPTER 10. FORMAT OF SEARCH EXPRESSIONS

You can search by several words, exact phrases, or using search operators.

By default, search with synonyms or fuzzy search are not carried out. To search in these modes, you should use appropriate operators.

The search operators listed in the table below are allowed in the text box.

Operator

Example                         Details

Space

AND

&

entry document entry AND document entry & document

All the topics will be found that contain both the word "entry" and the word "document" with morphology taken into account

OR

|

,

entry OR document entry | document entry, document

All the topics will be found that contain at least one of the words "entry" and "document" with morphology taken into account

NOT

~

closing NOT month closing ~ month

All the topics will be found that contain the word "closing" but do not contain the word "month" with morphology taken into account. ~ cannot be used in the beginning of the string

N E A R /

[±]n

Example 1:

right NEAR/3 user Example 2:

right NEAR/+3 user

Example 3:

right NEAR/-3 user

Searches for a topic that contains the specified words separated by n words (with morphology taken into account).

The sign determines where the second word should be located with respect to the first word (+ after the first word; - before it). If no sign is specified, the search will retrieve the text that contains the words separated by n words. Their order is not important. The example 1 will result in finding the topics where the word "user" is located before or after the word "right" and is separated from it by a maximum of three words.

The example 2 will result in finding the topics where the word "user" is located after the word ‘right’ and is separated from it by a maximum of three words.

The example 3 will result in finding the topics where the word "user" is located before the word "right" and is separated from it by a maximum of three words

NEAR

NEAR

Library NEAR          named

NEAR Dostoyevsky

Short form. The query will find all the topics in the short form where both words are contained; the words are separated by a maximum of 8 words and located in any position

""

"document posting"

Searching for exact phrase taking into account the morphology (equivalent to: "posting NEAR/+1 document")

()

(posting | statement) &

(of account, document)

Word grouping (any number of nesting levels)

*

docu*

Search using a wildcard (replacing the end of the word). More than one meaningful character should be entered. The "docu*" query will find "document" as a noun, "document" as a verb, "documentary", etc. (If the search index contains more than 300 words beginning with "docu", the system will ask you to make the query more specific.)

When you are searching in Help the * character can be placed in any part of the word and used as many times as you wish, e.g. "*OK*nt".

In the full-text search you can use the * character only once, placing it at the end of the word. This means that the arch* query will retrieve "archive", "archeology", etc.

#

#System

System#2

Fuzzy search for words with a specified number of differences from the search query.

The #System query (same as System#1) will retrieve "system", "syspem", etc.

The System#2 query will result in "sisttem", "sispem", etc.

This operator is used for a full-text search and is not used for searching in Help

!

!red tile

A search is executed taking into account synonyms in Russian, English, and Ukrainian. The operator "!" precedes the respective word. For example: a ‘!red tiles’ query will also retrieve "scarlet tiles" and "coral red tiles".

This operator is used for a full-text search and is not used for a Help search

If no operators are specified (words entered with spaces), the application will search for all the words from the query using the AND operator.

NOTE 1

The AND, OR, NOT, NEAR operators must be entered in upper case only.

NOTE 2

Operators must not be used on their own (at the beginning of the search string). For example, it is impossible to select all the topics without the specified text.

NOTE 3

All the characters in the search field except for search operators, letters, and digits are ignored. To search for special characters that are used in the text, they should be enclosed in quotation marks. Example: "NEAR".

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