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wity
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Smart folder query

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Hello
I make smart folders and i don't know how write query.

I have three items.

TYPE --> xxSmiley Surprisedbchmlcenlivost
TYPE --> xxSmiley Surprisedbchobchodnidokument
ASPECT --> xxSmiley Surprisedbchtypdokumentuobchod:'Nabídka'

I want smart folder, where i will see all documents which have xxSmiley Surprisedbchmlcenlivost and xxSmiley Surprisedbchobchodnidokument without documents which have xxSmiley Surprisedbchmlcenlivost and xxSmiley Surprisedbchobchodnidokument and xxSmiley Surprisedbchtypdokumentuobchod:'Nabídka'.

Now my query looks like this: "query": "=TYPE:'xxSmiley Surprisedbchobchodnidokument' OR TYPE:'xxSmiley Surprisedbchmlcenlivost' AND NOT xxSmiley Surprisedbchtypdokumentuobchod:Nabídka"

And it doesnt work. Can anyone please help ?

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andy1
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Re: Smart folder query

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Hi

As you have not included any bracketing of expressions they are getting combined in the default way which is not what you want. See Search for operator precedence | Alfresco Documentation.

The leading "=" is not required ( "=" binds to individual terms an not the whole query)
The only remaining catch is relater to the type hierarchy - do you want to find sub-types are not (if you have them).

You are constraining using a property value on an aspect (and not the aspect itself being applied).

So you just need to bracket the OR bits together .....

Andy

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andy1
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Re: Smart folder query

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Hi

As you have not included any bracketing of expressions they are getting combined in the default way which is not what you want. See Search for operator precedence | Alfresco Documentation.

The leading "=" is not required ( "=" binds to individual terms an not the whole query)
The only remaining catch is relater to the type hierarchy - do you want to find sub-types are not (if you have them).

You are constraining using a property value on an aspect (and not the aspect itself being applied).

So you just need to bracket the OR bits together .....

Andy