wMobile Users’ Guide Now Supports Full Text Search (Online)

by Fred Block on April 23, 2013

To start searching, use the SEARCH tab:

How to search for an exact phrase in the wMobile Users' Guide

Enclosing one or more words inside of double-quotes will allow you to search for an exact phrase. For example, entering work will find work, working and framework, but entering "work" with double-quotes will only find work. This also works for a group of words. Entering "Working with the Calendar" will only find the exact occurrences of all four words. This functionality (using double-quotes) can be combined with wildcard characters. For example, "work*" will find working but not framework.

TIP: Using the * and ? Wildcard Characters in Full Text Searches

There are two wildcard characters you can use when searching: the asterisk (*) and the question mark (?) which are almost the same in use.

? is used to represent any single character and * represents any number of characters.

Examples:

Search using (?): "s?t"

Results: sat, sit, set, ...etc.

"s?t" will find any combination of three characters beginning with "s" and ending with "t".

Search using (*): "s*t"

Results: sail boat, soft, signed document, ...etc.

"s*t" will find any combination of characters beginning with "s" and ending with "t".

Happy searching

We are always seeking to improve our documentation. Please send your questions, comments, or suggestions about this to wmobilesupport@w-systems.com.

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Fred Block
Application Specialist at W-Systems
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