How to manage 'full text' search
Atoka allows the insertion of operators and special characters to improve the accuracy of 'full-text' searches in different points of the service, in particular:
- in the "Website content" search filter, as described in the user guide;
- in the news dashboard (https://atoka.io/it/news/), using the text box that allows you to search for any combination of words within all the news present in Atoka (if the feature is enabled) ;
- with the Atoka API, using the 'fullText' parameter with the 'News Search' package (if the token you are using has access to the https://api.atoka.io/v2/news endpoint).
Below is a list of the main operators with some examples of use:
|TERMINE_X OR TERMINE_Y||At least one of the terms TERMINE_X and TERMINE_Y, indicated in the search string, must be present in the search result texts||TERMINE_X = |
search string =
|TERMINE_X AND TERMINE_Y||The terms TERMINE_X and TERMINE_Y must be present at the same time in the search result texts (DEFAULT operation when there is no operator)||TERMINE_X = |
search string =
|" ... "|
The search result texts must contain exactly the string indicated in the quotation marks.
Attention: means the list of terms in the order in which they are specified in the sentence. The following are not considered in the search: articles, conjunctions, prepositions, inflection of terms (masculine / feminine, singular / plural) and punctuation marks.
|search string =|
|+TERMINE_X||The term TERM_X must be compulsorily present in each search result text||search string =|
|-TERMINE_X||The term TERMINE_X must not be present in the search result texts||search string =|