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I want to filter my data in a column.
For eg. I need to show only “not found” data, but when I do that, it searches for “not” differently and “found” differently. Hence, as a result I get the data which has “not” in it, and “found” in it.
Can anyone help?
Exactly as has been posted in this thread - you search for “Reklamation nicht gerechtfertigt” (or perhaps “*Reklamation nicht gerechtfertigt*” if this might not be the start/end of a word).
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Maybe you can try *not*found*
Try putting single quotes around your search string, like: 'not found' or with double quotes for cases insensitive search, like "Not fOUND".
thanks for your response. i tried but it did not work.
will the trim(not found) work?
thanks for your response, but it did not work.
will trim('not found')work?
Hi @Malhar ,
Try to explain a bit more about your context, where and how exactly you are trying to do. Then it become easier for us to guide you.
Searching for "Not Found" will search for the explicit string "Not Found" and will not return hits on "Not" or "Found" individually.
As you can seen in the picture, the colum named ‘Meldungslangtext’ include information “Reklamation nicht gerechtfertigt”. And I only want to see the data which contains this information.
How can I do that?
thanks a lot, it worked.