I have a scenario, where in i have a list of keywords for different category, which i need to search or look upon in the 7 columns in the same table.
Keyword list: in excel file
Keywords: School, Jurisdiction etc... some 70 words
Keywords: Gifts, Entertainment, Movie etc.. some 30 words
We have fields like Report Name, Attendee Company etc likewise 8 fields in Moonshine table which needs to be looked. So, if any of this fields contains the keywords, it should flag. Some of the keywords are wild search and some of them exact search.
The keyword list can be added at a later stage as well, so we should give the user the capability to add the keywords.
How do I implement the same?
I think your explanation is some how reasonable. But, Better if you provide data set and result set
Hi Anil, Attached is the screenshot.
Left side is the keyword list. Those keywords need to be looked upon the fields marked red. If those keywords are found in the fields, it should flag.
For example: Report Name field may contain value like 'MCC International School'. So the keyword list has the word school. So it should give a flag
Does it possible to share Sample to look?
If(SubStringCount([Report Name], 'MCC International School'), 'Y', 'N') as NewField
First you need to create condition for Exact match and Wild Match after loading data using Match and WildMatch.
and that variables you need used in condition based on type of search.
below is sample code.
if any doubts let me know.
Load distinct chr(39) & Concat([Keyword],chr(39) & ',' & chr(39)) & chr(39) as ExactMatchText
Load distinct chr(39)& '*' & Concat([Keyword],('*' & chr(39) & ',' & chr(39) & '*') )& '*' & chr(39) as WildMatchText
Let ExactMatchCondition =Peek('ExactMatchText',0,'ExactMatchText_Table');
Set ExactMatchCondition='If(Match([Field Name],$(ExactMatchCondition)),''Y'',''N'')';
Let WildMatchCondition =Peek('WildMatchText',0,'WildMatchText_Table');
Set WildMatchCondition='If(WildMatch([Field Name],$(WildMatchCondition)),''Y'',''N'')';
Load Keyword,If([Type of Search]='Wild',$(WildMatchCondition),$(ExactMatchCondition)) As Condition1
,If([Type of Search]='Wild',$(WildMatchCondition),$(ExactMatchCondition)) As Condition2
i have implemented this, but however, below is further clarifications.
Also, the keyword list and the fields which are looked upon are two separate tables.
Some keywords are defined as exact match, e.g. nih. the search will be on ‘ nih ‘; with spaces around nih. Any form of nih will be ok, like NIH, Nih, etc but not nihil.
In case we find a hit on school related to Report Name and on the same row we find another hit on Business Purpose (report) we have 2 hits for the same Event
In case we find a hit on school related to Report Name and on the same row we find teacher related to Report Name, we have 2 hits for the same Event
In case we find a hit on school related to Report Name and on the same row we find teacher related to Business Purpose (report) we have 2 hits for the same Event.
So it needs to go row by row. So whether we can use a for loop for going row by row.
Please let me know if I am not clear.