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From Marcel Reutegger <marcel.reuteg...@gmx.net>
Subject Re: like is not working properly
Date Mon, 27 Aug 2007 09:28:35 GMT
Hi Prasanta,

can you please create a small test case and create a jira issue? thanks.

regards
  marcel

prasantamandal_cse wrote:
> Ard,
> I am using jcr 1.3 version.
> It is not working properly. Please tell me another suggestion.
> 
> Regards,
> Prasanta
> 
> 
> Ard Schrijvers wrote:
>> Which version do you use? 
>>
>> I just tested your example with the trunk, and works fine.
>>
>> Do realize by the way that % prefix in jcr:like can be *very* slow.
>>
>> Regards Ard
>>
>>> I am trying to do wildcard searches against my repository, but I am
>>> getting odd results from the system.
>>>
>>> In my repository, I have one node with an attribute @name 
>>> which has the
>>> value 'restroom', and all my searches are with XPath.
>>>
>>> Now I have found the follwing results:
>>> //*[jcr:like(@name,'%restro%')
>>> Here 'restr0' is a prefix of the original string 'restroom'. 
>>> It returns 1
>>> result.
>>>
>>> I want to find out the record if I supply the query string as
>>> //*[jcr:like(@name,'%stro%') 
>>> But it returns 0 result.
>>>
>>> According to the jcr:like specification the above query 
>>> should return 1
>>> result, because 'stro' is a substring 
>>> of 'restroom'. % indicates any string of zero or more 
>>> characters.But the
>>> query returns 0 result.How I may solve the problem?
>>>
>>> Please help me.
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>>
>>
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