I'm new to SharePoint 2013 and I'm quite puzzled, that it seems to be impossible to search for the middle part of a string.
I've added a lot of documents (PDFs, ...) from our Windows Server to the SharePoint Library and I want to add metadata. I try to filter the view of the document library, to only get those documents which I currently want to edit.
The names of the documents are very systematic, composed of naming conventions with abbreviations like:
which means e. g.: Document about Product "Superthing2000", variant "b", Supplement to the manual, ID "13580", from 08/2011 in english language.
Now, I'd like for example to filter out all documents containing ID 13580 or "en" for english, but no chance, as suffix matching is not possible, even if I explicitly search for e. g.
Is there a way to define a search with kind of a "contains" operator which also finds files when the search string is only a part in the middle of the file name? Even the Windows Explorer search feature is able to do that!!