Examples of structured searches

Content Platform Tenant Management Help

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Example: Search for any of three using the same property

This example shows an any search for objects with a retention class of HlthReg-107, HlthReg-225, or HlthReg-312. On the Structured Search page, the search criteria look like this:



Example: Search for all five, including a time span

This example shows an all search for objects in a namespace named Finance that expire between December 31, 2014 and January 1, 2016, are not on hold, and will be shredded on delete. On the Structured Search page, the search criteria look like this:



Example: Search for held objects in a retention class

This example shows an all search for objects in the finance namespace owned by the europe tenant that belong to the SEC-17a retention class and are on hold. On the Structured Search page, the search criteria look like this:



Example: Search for objects with specified text in their custom metadata (metadata query engine only)

This example shows an all search for objects that have custom metadata that contains x-ray. On the Structured Search page, the search criterion looks like this:



Example: Search for objects with a specified ACL grant (metadata query engine only)

This example shows an all search for objects with ACLs that grant delete permission to the user pdgrey, whose user account is defined in the europe tenant. On the Structured Search page, the search criterion looks like this:



Example: Search using a content property (metadata query engine only)

This example shows a query using the Sales content property of the Regions content class. The Sales content property has the Float data type. The query will find any object with custom metadata that identifies the region as having aggregate sales of at least $3,000,000.00. To search for a floating point number, you need to type only the numeric value, without a dollar sign or commas. Because the query is for a whole dollar figure, the decimal value is optional and has been omitted.