A primary query mode that accepts queries constructed with Boolean logic. The default operator between query terms is AND; thus a query for term1 term2 is logically equivalent to a query for term1 AND term2.
The stemmed version of the query terms are used to compare against stemmed terms in the index. For example, the query term territorial could be stemmed to the base term of territor and the query term legislature could be stemmed to the base term of legislat. As a result, a search for territorial legislature could match results with terms such as territory legislative.
No semantic term expansion occurs in this type of search. For example, a search for the term intelligent would not match the indexed term smart.
For searches using wildcard characters, use the “Exact” search mode.
For the most relevant results, if you are looking for a “hit” within a field, search within the field, not within the “Search For” box.
|A query that substitutes part of a word, name, or number with a wildcard character (*, ?, [search expression], _, @, #, \, ^ ) to substitute for unknowns in the search terms or database, or to search for multiple terms; wildcards can be used in Concept or Boolean mode (not Pattern), in full text search or field entries, in multiple words, and even multiple times in one word.|
match anything or nothing
match exactly one character
match any character except the next character
search expression; can include a hyphen to indicate a range of letters or numbers; will match only one character within the brackets
search expression; The "less than" symbol (<) is used to express a lower value.
Less than 2 months <[m]2; Less than 20 days <[d]20
[* TO *]
search expression; Range query.
[100 TO 200] , [100 TO *]
[NOW TO *] , [2013-11-04T10:05:00Z TO NOW-1DAY]
[ape TO apple]