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Oops, sorry: I saw your post back when you made it and meant to have a
think about it and come up with something, but clean forgot. I blame Xmas.
Have you read the docs for how to build Verity search strings?
Of your three options, I would have expected the middle one to work.
Have you tried just using the internet search type?
Bear in mind, too, that Verity is case-sensitive, if your criteria is
mixed-case. For CF variables which are not cse-sensitive, I'd not be doing
No problems, thanks for the reply.
I've read over that document to no avail, either I'm doing something wrong or there is something wrong with Verity.
<cfset searchStr = LCase(#qQuery.vars_name#) />
<cfsearch collection="rsSourceCollection" name="qSource" type="internet" criteria="#searchStr#" />
... at the moment, but still am not receiving all results. I know this is the case because a full text search of the project within Eclipse returns A LOT more files containing the variable name. Will internet search look for substrings by default?
One of my biggest problems is when I'm searching for a variable with a period in it, such as 'fusebox.fuseaction'. From my research I've established that verity doesn't like searching on criteria containing fullstops and I need to create a style.lex file to create a mapping between the period character and the entity version of the character, but I can't find any resources to state how the style.lex file should be formatted.