When you search a Verity collection
cfsearch tag, you specify a number of
parameters, including the
criteria used for the
search. The search criteria consists of zero or more words and/or
phrases. The search criteria can also include operators and modifiers
to further refine the search. We’ll cover all of
this in the next
It should be noted that Verity handles case sensitivity in the following way:
If your search string is in all lowercase characters or all uppercase characters, the search is treated as a case-insensitive search.
If your search string consists of mixed-case characters, the search is treated as a case-sensitive search.
This default behavior can be changed via the
<case> modifier (which is addressed in the
following section) to specify the case for the search.
Simple searches allow
you to use single words, comma-delimited lists of words, and phrases
criteria for a
For example, if you want to return all documents containing the word
“fish”, specify the word
“fish” in the
criteria attribute of the
cfsearch tag. Similarly, entering a
comma-delimited list such as “trout, bass,
carp” returns all documents containing
“carp”. Simple searches treat the
comma as a Boolean
or. Phrases can also be used as
criteria in a
are searched for by entering the phrase as it appears in the
criteria attribute. For example, entering the phrase “I like fishing” ...