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I'm having trouble with the quick search view for one of my entities.
When using the search it ignores spacing in between company names.
So if it's named "Larrys Stakehouse" it only gives me the companies containing the word "larry", but in other views it gives me the specific name if specified.
My question is how do i make it include the spacing so i get the specific names if i specify it?
Thanks in advance
The wild card * does the trick. Larrys*Stakehouse will work.
Thijs van der Klei
The only thing you can control on quick search is which fields to search on. The search itself will search for any records where any of the fields starts with the search text. You can also use the * as a wildcard, but that depends on the user entering the * character when they search
It is by design. I would recommend two ways.
1. As mentioned above, use * as a wildcard.
There are several accounts which begin with "blue".
I want to search "Blue Yonder Airlines", so I enter blue *. (key word + space + wildcard)
The result is right.
2. Use the view filter.
Click Filter by, and select Begins with, enter blue . (keyword + space)
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