(America OR Europe) description:"needs input" AND NOT product_status:done
"apple* NOT juic?"
Hi Todd,Thanks so much for your help.In my tests, the wildcards do not seem to be working for the /abstractitems endpoint when I use them in the "contains" field in swagger.For example, when I enter the following into the contains field: "name:"video support""
I am getting results back with items having the words "video support" somewhere within the Name field.However, when I experimented with the "*" and the "?" like in the following screenshots, I did not get any results back:Is my syntax correct?Thanks,
Hi Victor,Your syntax was fine (and actually enlightening. I didn't consider trying a query with quotes within quotes. I does work, just not with wildcards.) At this time, we don't support the combination of quoted phrases + wildcards inside double-quoted search strings. It's not exactly the same query as a quoted phrase, but you might get similar (enough) results with something like:"name:vid* AND name:support"I'm filing a request to bring the api's query syntax into parity with the application's for phrases like this.-t
"name:vid* AND name:support"
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