Searching ETA help - methods and syntax

In ETA help, there are several methods you can use to create effective search queries.

Full-text search

ETA help supports full-text search.

Full-text search will find matches with variant endings. For example, searching for ‘ingest’ will also find ‘ingesting’, ‘ingestion’ and ‘ingested’.

Full-text search is not case-sensitive. For example, searching for ‘ingest’ will find matches for ‘Ingest’ and ‘ingest’.

Phrase search

To search for phrases, enclose your search terms in quotation marks. This is useful when you want to restrict your search to terms that appear in an exact order.

For example, “metadata schema”.

Boolean operators

Asterisk wildcard

ETA help does not support the asterisk wildcard (*).