Keep in mind the following points:
The AND and OR options in the Search tab can be used to
combine a full-text search statement with an index value search
statement. For more information on combination searches, refer
to “Combination (Index and Full-Text) Queries” on page264.
If the application is configured to use the K2 full-text engine, a
Thesaurus check box becomes available in the full-text search
criteria area. The thesaurus feature allows you to search for words
that are related to your search criteria. It contains a list of
synonyms or keys for possible words to be used in a search.
When the Thesaurus check box is enabled and a full-text search is
performed, AppXtender also searches for words that are listed as
synonyms or keys for that word in the thesaurus control file. The
thesaurus control file (*.ctl) is installed when you install K2
servers. For more information on the thesaurus control file and its
configuration, refer to the K2 Collection Reference Guide.
When you index a document’s full text content using the
AppXtender Index Server, a text view of the document is
included with the document. The next time you retrieve the
document, the text view of the document is available. For foreign
files, RTF files, HTML files, and PDF files, if the application is
using the ProIndex full-text engine, only the first 256 lines of each
document page are included in the text view for that page. The
entire document page is full-text indexed, but only the first 256
lines are returned as a text view.
For more information on displaying AppXtender documents and
checking documents out of AppXtender after you run your search,
refer to “Displaying Documents from the Result Set” on page275.
The Expression option allows you to find documents using a Search
Expression. You build a Search Expression by combining the words
or text strings that you want to search for with expression operators
. You can combine operators for a more complex
search. AppXtender interprets the search expression from left to
The information in this topic applies only when the full-text engine is
ProIndex. For information on building full-text search expressions
when the full-text engine is K2, refer to the K2 Query Language Quick
Reference, which is available on the AppXtender/Web Access setup