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Last Post: March 7

By Dave - March 5

Hi Greg, 

Yes, that's what it will do by default so that should work no problem.

Let me know if you have any other questions.

Dave Edis - Senior Developer
interactivetools.com

Hi Dave,

Thanks for getting back to me. That's great!

And if I want to use an OR operator then I would do this:

/search.php?product_keyword[]=Sony&product_keyword[]=HD

Is that right?

Thanks again.

Greg

By Dave - March 6

Hi Greg, 

Yes, that's right.  And if you want to see the actual MySQL that is being generated for debugging purposes you can add the option: 

'debugSql' => true,

Hope that helps!

Dave Edis - Senior Developer
interactivetools.com

Hi Dave,

That's useful to know, thanks.

Also, can you clarify what the difference is (if any) between:

/search.php?product_keyword[]=Sony&product_keyword[]=HD

...and

/search.php?product[]=Sony&product[]=HD

Thank you,

Greg

Taking a stab at it, I think product_keyword=HD would find HDMI whereas product=HD would not find it?

Would product=HD and product_match=HD be the same query?

Cheers,

Tim Forrest
Toledoh Enterprises
www.toledoh.com.au

By Dave - March 7

Hi Guys, 

Yea, that's right.  *_keyword matches if the keyword is anywhere in the value.  Otherwise, it needs to be an exact match.

Reference: https://www.interactivetools.com/docs/cmsbuilder/viewer_search.html

Dave Edis - Senior Developer
interactivetools.com

Thanks guys for your help! Really good to now understand this.

Regards,

Greg