Multiple exact phrases

Content Platform Tenant Management Help

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9.7.x
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Part Number
MK-95HCPH002-19

To search for any or all of two or more exact phrases, you use quoted terms in an any or all search; for example:

"executive officer" "wetland permit"

Here’s what a search like this returns:

  • For an any search, all objects that contain a least one occurrence of the phrase executive officer or the phrase wetland permit
  • For an all search, all objects that contain at least one occurrence of the phrase executive officer and at least one occurrence of the phrase wetland permit

Quotation marks are not meaningful in exact searches.

While the metadata query engine is active, you may want to use quoted terms to make your queries more precise.