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In a list I have a column with these values:

MyField
-------
foo.A
foo.B
foo.*

I want to search for these values. I've plumbed all managed properties and crawled content.

  • If I search myfield:"foo.", all results are returned ==> Expected
  • If I search myfield:"foo.A", results with the foo.A are returned.==> Expected
  • If I search myfield:"foo.*", both foo.A and foo.B are returned, but not foo.* ==> not Expected. I need to get only foo.*

How to search for literal *?

I also tried : myfield:"foo.\*", myfield:"\foo.*", myfield:{"foo.*"}, but none worked.

Documentation does not mention any way to escape special characters.

  • just give a try to this myfield:"foo.'*'" – Gaurravs Apr 5 '16 at 9:45
  • Or try myfield:"foo.%2A", I have replaced \"*\" with its encoding value, since \"*\" (asterisk) is a wild card keyword in KQL, is will search for all text starting foo. let me knw if it works. Havent tried this scenario yet – Gaurravs Apr 5 '16 at 9:57

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