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It defines the strategy (a term or expression) to act as a filter for record displaying.
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== Overview ==
  
The strategy is composed of Available fields to query:
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The filter query allows the user to set a predefined query that will perform each time the VHL search is executed. It is a strategy composed of a term or expression and may have the following fields:
   
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  ti - title
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* ti - title
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* au - author
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* mh - subject descriptor
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* kw - keyword
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* tw - text words (include ti, au, mh, kw)
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* thematic_area - thematic area of the resource
 
   
 
   
  au - author
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  e.g.:  mh:"malaria" AND kw:"vector"
   
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  mh - subject descriptor
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== Available fields ==
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  kw - keyword
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=== title (ti) ===
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  tw - text words (include ti, au, mh, kw)
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Specifies that the expression or term will be restricted to the document title field.
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  thematic_area - thematic area of the resource
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  e.g.: ti:"fever"
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  Example: mh:"malaria" AND kw:"vector"
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=== author (au) ===
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Specifies that the expression or term will perform only in the author field.
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e.g.: au:"Smith"
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=== subject descriptor (mh) ===

Revision as of 17:04, 22 August 2014

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Overview

The filter query allows the user to set a predefined query that will perform each time the VHL search is executed. It is a strategy composed of a term or expression and may have the following fields:

  • ti - title
  • au - author
  • mh - subject descriptor
  • kw - keyword
  • tw - text words (include ti, au, mh, kw)
  • thematic_area - thematic area of the resource
e.g.:  mh:"malaria" AND kw:"vector"

Available fields

title (ti)

Specifies that the expression or term will be restricted to the document title field.

e.g.: ti:"fever"

author (au)

Specifies that the expression or term will perform only in the author field.

e.g.: au:"Smith"

subject descriptor (mh)