The cxImpact search system includes the concepts of fields. All of the lines in the Request block are fields of the format
To search for these pairs, format the search as follows:
(name contains value)
A term with a
contains clause is just like any other search term and can be combined with other containing terms or simple terms.
value part of the containing term can itself be a list of values.
- For example:
(loginid contains (smith or jones or clark))
notoperator is supported. For example:
(loginid contains not (smith or jones or clark))
In the Request block, all lines in the
[AppData] sections are indexed. Since every line in the
[URLField] section represents one of the Input tags on a submitted page form, this mechanism can be used to search for specific user inputs.
[URLFieldfield names in a text string search, you must perform some character substitution to match how the indexes are formatted.
If you search for a field name without using a
contains clause, Experience Analytics indicates that the field exists on the first page of the session. For example, searching for
loginid only. To find each page where a particular
[URLField] exists regardless of its value, you can:
- Search for the field alone and use SubSearch to search for the field again. The SubSearch result pane indicates the page where it exists.
- Search by using the wildcard (
loginid contains *), which produces a hit session segment that identifies the exact pages where the field is displayed. These results can be large.