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Here's how you can refine your search.

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Carlpedia will ignore common words like "the" unless you place your query within quotes.



Exact phrase search

To search for content that contains the exact phrase "chalk and cheese"

(info) Carlpedia will ignore common words (stop words) like "and" above. This is the default list of stop words used by lucene. Please cast your vote towards this improvement request.
For eg:

  1. Searching for "The One" returns all pages containing "One" because "The" is a stop word.
  2. Searching for "Cheese One" would only return pages in which "One" appears as the first word (other than stop words) after "Cheese". So it would return "Cheese for One" or "Cheese to One" or "Cheese One". It would not match "One Cheese" or "Cheese Flamingo One"

Or Search

To search for content that contains one of the terms, "chalk" OR "cheese"

And Search

To search for content that contains both the terms "chalk" AND "cheese"

Not search

To search for content that contains "chalk" but NOT "cheese"

Excluded Term search

Similar to the NOT search, to search for content that contains "chalk" and "butter" but NOT "cheese"

Grouping Search

To search for content that MUST contain "chalk" but CAN contain either "cheese" or "butter" use the search:

Title Search

To search for content with "chalk" in its title, where title is the field keyword.

Wild card searches

Single character

To search for "butter" or "batter" you can use the search:


To search for "chicken" or "chickpea" you can use the search:


(info) Wildcards can be used anywhere within a word, except at the very beginning.
For example:


is an invalid search term.

Multiple characters

To search for "chick" or "chickpea":


You can also combine search characters to get the exact word. For example the search term below will return "chick" yet not "chickpea":

Case Sensitivity in wildcard searches

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Since the fix for CONF-13846 Carlpedia is case sensitive for wildcard searches.

You should note that all the example searches given previously search across the default set of fields which are stored as lower case and therefore all searches of that style should be given lower case search terms (as shown in the examples).

However, if you were to search one of the case sensitive fields, such as 'content-name-untokenized' the case of your search term would need to match the document you are searching for.

Proximity searches

(info) This search ensure that the two words specified must be within a certain number of words of each other to be included.


will return "Octagon blog post".

is an invalid search term.

Range search

(info) Searches for names that fall alphabetically within the specifed range.

Note: You can't use the AND keyword inside this statement.

Fuzzy search

(info) This search looks for words spelled similarly.

To search for octagon, if unsure about spelling:

will correctly return "octagon"

Combined search

You can also combine various search terms together:


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