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Mobile Access for iPad

Platform
OnBase
Product
Mobile Access for iPad
Release
Foundation 22.1
License
Standard
Essential
Premier

Relational (comparative) operators allow you to retrieve documents based on a range of Keyword Values, as well as exact Keyword Value matches. When performing a document search, tap the relational operator icon to the left of the Keyword Type field to toggle through the available operators.

Blank Keyword Values on a document are not compared to the Keyword Values provided during document retrieval. If you use the (does not equal) operator to omit all documents indexed with a specified value, the search will not return documents that were indexed with a blank value. Some documents indexed with Keyword Type Groups may be returned, depending on the Keyword Type Group's configuration.

The following operators may be available to use:

Operator

Description

An exact Keyword Value match.

Keyword Values that are not equal to the specified value.

Keyword Values that are greater than the specified value.

Keyword Values that are greater than or equal to the specified value.

Keyword Values that are less than the specified value.

Keyword Values that are less than or equal to the specified value.

The string literal operator used with alphanumeric Keyword Types. Selecting this icon will match the literal string. If a wildcard is used in the string, the search will look for the exact match including the wildcard.

Note:

The operators that are available vary depending on the configured Keyword Type. For example, only the =, , and “” operators are available for alphanumeric Keyword Types.