V8.03.403 - Quick Searches

I apologize, I did get some feedback, and you are correct. MATCHES with
the asterisks is the answer. Sure would be nice if they put a CONTAINS
in there though. Thanks to those who replied.



Todd



From: vantage@yahoogroups.com [mailto:vantage@yahoogroups.com] On Behalf
Of Judy Perry
Sent: Wednesday, September 19, 2007 6:55 PM
To: vantage@yahoogroups.com
Subject: Re: [Vantage] V8.03.403 - Quick Searches



I'm not sure if you have received any responses on this, but, if not,
here is something that works. Use the MATCHES and then instruct your
users to enter the wildcard symbol, an asterisk, in the appropriate
place in the search criteria. For instance, if you know a description
contains the word bolt, you would use *bolt*
This will find all instances with bolt in the description.



Todd Hofert <todd@...
<mailto:todd%40spartangraphics.com> > wrote:
I have users requesting a way to search for quotes by
QuoteLine.LineDesc. Initially I thought I could address this with a
quick search. After digging into the quick search tools I find there are
options to search where LineDesc =, LineDesc BEGINS or LineDesc
MATCHES. I really need it to be LineDesc CONTAINS. Is there a way to do
this?

Thanks

Todd Hofert

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I have users requesting a way to search for quotes by
QuoteLine.LineDesc. Initially I thought I could address this with a
quick search. After digging into the quick search tools I find there are
options to search where LineDesc =, LineDesc BEGINS or LineDesc
MATCHES. I really need it to be LineDesc CONTAINS. Is there a way to do
this?



Thanks

Todd Hofert



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I'm not sure if you have received any responses on this, but, if not, here is something that works. Use the MATCHES and then instruct your users to enter the wildcard symbol, an asterisk, in the appropriate place in the search criteria. For instance, if you know a description contains the word bolt, you would use *bolt*
This will find all instances with bolt in the description.



Todd Hofert <todd@...> wrote:
I have users requesting a way to search for quotes by
QuoteLine.LineDesc. Initially I thought I could address this with a
quick search. After digging into the quick search tools I find there are
options to search where LineDesc =, LineDesc BEGINS or LineDesc
MATCHES. I really need it to be LineDesc CONTAINS. Is there a way to do
this?

Thanks

Todd Hofert

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information. If you are not the intended recipient, please notify the
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