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How to get a search filter functionality in the dynamics 365 online ver2 .
If i type a word in search field it picks only if it is present in the first sentence, we can get it be using * as prefix to the search but i want to get it without using wildcard such as *.
Is there a way to get the filter search that can pick any value in the sentence without using wildcard .
We will use relevance search.
I have an account named 'test account'.
I need to just enter search field 'account'. If I use Category Search, there is no result. If I use Relevance Search, it can be searched. So we need relevance search.
In order for the required entity fields to participate in the relevance search, we need to do these three things.
Go to Settings > Administration.
Click System Settings > General tab.
In the Set up Search sub-area, select the Enable Relevance Search check box, as shown here.
After you enable Relevance Search, the Enable Search consent dialog box opens. Click OK to give your consent.
Click OK to close the System Settings dialog.
Go to Settings > Customizations.
Click Customize the System.
Under Components, expand Entities, and then click Configure Relevance Search.
The Select Entities dialog box opens. Click Add to select the entities for the search results. When you’re done, click OK.
Click Publish All Customizations for your changes to take effect.
Under Components, expand Entities, and then expand the entity you want.
In the navigation tree, click View. Double-click Quick Find View. The following illustration shows the Quick Find view for the Account entity.
Click Add Find Columns. In the dialog box, select the fields you want to add to the search index. When done, click OK. In the following illustration, you see the Account entity fields added to the external search index.
Repeat the steps for the View Columns.
Configuration is complete.
Click the search icon in the navigation bar and select Relevance Search to search.
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