What are the Wild Card Search Examples that I can use in CORE?
Provided below are the applicable wildcard characters that can be used to search within CORE.
- Asterisk (*)
- Example: 2019*12345
- When searching Doc IDs, all documents that have 2019*12345 will be returned.
- Colon (:)
- Example: 6/1/2018 : 7/31/2018
- By entering a colon in the Create Date field on the Document Catalog to view all documents created on or after 6/1/2018 and on or before 7/31/2018.
- Greater than Sign (>)
- Example: >8/1/2015
- When entering the greater than sign in the Create Date field on the Document Catalog to view all documents created after August 1, 2015.
- Greater than or Equal to Sign (>=)
- Example: >=2/1/2016
- By entering the greater than or equal to sign in the Create Date field on the Document Catalog to view all documents created on or after February 1, 2016.
- Less than Sign (<)
- Example: <200
- If you were to enter this in the Fund field on the Fund table to view all funds that are less than 200.
- Less than Equal to Sign (<=)
- If you were to enter <=1000 in the Available Cash Balance search field on the Cash Balance table to view all funds that have an available cash balance less than $1000.00.