In ETA help, there are several methods you can use to create effective search queries.
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’.
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”.
To retrieve only topics that contain all of the words in the search query, separate the words with the AND operator. This operator is not case-sensitive.
Note: When you separate terms with a blank space, the AND is always inferred. You can use the plus symbol (+) or the ampersand symbol (&) instead of the AND operator.
gold AND standard AND rules
gold + standard + rules
gold & standard & rules
To retrieve topics that contain any of the words in the search query, separate the words with the OR operator. This operator is not case-sensitive.
Note: You can use the pipe symbol ( | ) instead of the OR operator.
windows OR linux
windows | linux
To retrieve topics that do not contain a specific word, enter the carat symbol (^) before the word. This operator is not case-sensitive.
Note: Do not type the word NOT or use an exclamation mark (!) to represent this operator. Use the carat symbol.
installation ^ windows
entity extraction scripts basic ^ advanced
To combine boolean phrases and search terms, type parentheses around the combined terms.
For example, to search for topics containing ‘harvester’ and either ‘batch’ or ‘rule sets’, type harvester (batch or rule sets).
ETA help does not support the asterisk wildcard (*).