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JCR Java Query Object Model (JQOM) Question

Jose Araya
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Joined: Apr 14, 2010
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Hi,

I have a question/doubt...

I need to do a query which requeries a "contains" validation, and I was wondering if this is possible to do using JCR-JQOM, because I already know that I can do it with JCR-SQL2 but in this case I have to use JCR-JQOM.

Let me explain more... I have a keyword, for example pet, but in my site I have one pet and also more than one pet so if I use pets instead of pet in a search I receive different results, so I need use "contains" or something that do not discriminate if the word is in singular or plural.

By the way... I was not pretty sure if this is the best section of the forum, if this place is wrong, please can someone move my question?

Thanks.

Best regards,

Jose.
 
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