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Hi Logscape Users

This thread will have help on all syntax related topics.  The Logscape search syntax has been designed to be simple and easy to use. Sometimes it is not clear how to 

achieve some of the more advanced searches. 

 

Use this thread to post questions on  search syntax. 

 

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-- Edited by neilson9 on Monday 8th of September 2014 09:12:11 PM

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Is there a way to do a case sensitive searches

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Hello Prabu,
Search evaluation runs in 2 different modes,
- Raw mode - keyword/term based. Case-IN-sensitive (default) (pretty fast)
- RegExp mode - with regular-expression based patterns is case-Sensitive.

For example:

Case insensitive (Raw)
>ERROR OR WARN

Case sensitive examples (RegExp):

>(ERROR|WARN)
>(ERROR|WARN|LOGS) | _filename.equals(Win_ProcInfo.out) 1.count()

NOTE: you can switch Raw/Term matching to be case-sensitive which is very fast (2x). To do this apply the system property to all Indexers/IndexStores (using a common boot.properties).
sysprops=-Dsearch.case.ignore=false

HTH,
Neil

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