When I am looking for the term "Iran" I get 150 hits from different users with the name "Iran" but what I want is the country specific information. How can I exclude the user names?
I found something in the advanced user documentation for the search:
Use the tilda(~) delimiter between values to include more than one value for a specific field with the syntax: f=FIELD:value1~value2~value3 (the ~ delimiter uses an "OR" logical operator). Example;
Will include results from both www.sap.com and help.sap.com.
This means that if you want to search for Iran in blog and press, the search url will be:
What you need to do is, find the different coding for all types (switch on/off the filters and copy the name) and add them to the url I gave you.
I did not see a not option, but I haven't read the complete documentation yet, probably I should do that before October 10th .
It is better to use quote marks for the search criteria, otherwise fuzzy search is triggered, and it produces bad results in your case.
The proper link should be:
https://onedx.find.sap.com/s#t="iran"&n=1&p=default&repo=srh&f=TYPE:blog~press~page~discussion~document~support note and kba
Notepad++ is great, but we should not need such tools to search a website in 21st century.
Message was edited by: Veselina Peykova