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Hello and thank you all,
Is there a way to perform what I would call a wild card search in the "Item" table, by the "Description" field, or I should say a partial description search. Example: if I want to find anything with "FORK" in the description field. So when running the search it I could get descriptions with Fork and spoon or Fork clamps or Silver forks etc.. everything that has fork somewhere in the description field.
Any suggestions would be helpful
Thank you again
please try search with the following
That worked !!!! Thank you Is there a way to filter it down more to showing only items with a quantity on hand ?
Hi, just add some info.
The following table provides some examples to explain how you can use the search. More details: https://docs.microsoft.com/en-us/dynamics365/business-central/ui-enter-criteria-filters#fine-tuning-the-search-with-filter-criteria
So for the quantity, I think you can try the following.
Hope this also helps.
If you need more filter, add more new field's filter .
For Dynamics NAV, simple search in the Description Field could be:
pop = interpreted as: @*pop* Returns =All records that contain the text pop and case insensitive.
me = interpreted as : @*me* Returns =All records that contain the text me and case insensitive.
Cup* = interpreted as: Starts with Cup and case sensitive. Returns =All records that start with the text Cup.
'bad' = interpreted as: An exact text and case sensitive. Returns =All records that match bad exactly.
@she* = interpreted as: Starts with and case insensitive. Returns =All records that start with she.
@*mom = interpreted as: Ends with and case insensitive. Returns =All records that end with mom.
Hope this helps.
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