Use these options to perform searches in the Documentation.
Type of search
To search for files that contain keywords, enter the words. Pages that contain all of your keywords are displayed.
To search using a phrase, place quotation marks before and after the phrase.
Note: Stop words (such as “to” and “be”) are excluded for matching, but are considered for positioning. For example, searching for “data to be found” returns phrases where “data” and “found” are any two words apart, such as “data is not found” and “data cannot be found”.
To search for files with a specific word in the title, add title: in lower-case letters, followed by the keyword. You can also add quotation marks around the keywords to search by exact phrase.
Boolean operators allow terms to be combined through logic operators. You can search using AND, OR, and NOT as Boolean operators.
You can search using single and multiple wildcard characters within single terms:
Use parentheses () to group clauses to form sub queries. This is used to control the Boolean logic for a search.
Boolean queries without parentheses will be evaluated from left to right.
To search for "backup" or "archive" and "data", type: (backup OR archive) AND data
Use a fuzzy search to locate terms similar in spelling to the search keyword or match similar terms. To perform a fuzzy search, use the tilde "~" symbol at the end of single keyword.
For greater or less similarity to the search term, an optional similarity ratio can be specified. The similarity ratio is written after the tilde "~" symbol.