Not Equal to (<>) Operator

When configuring a search, the not equal to (<>) operator is one of the relational operators that lets you specify the relationship between an index field and an index value in your search criteria.

The not equal to (<>) operator is located in the Operator drop-down list, on the Advanced Search page.

NOTE: This list is not visible, until you select a document group and document type from the corresponding drop-down lists.

Use the not equal to (<>) operator to retrieve only those documents that do not contain, in the specified index field, the same index value as the one in the search phrase.

Examples:

Customer Name <> Betty’s Music Store retrieves all documents with index values other than Betty’s Music Store in the Customer Name index field.

Ship Date <> 01/31/2001 retrieves all documents with index values other than 01/31/2001 in the Ship Date index field.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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