Search for a rule

In BriteRules, there are two ways to search for a rule:

  • Basic search: Use simple text to return
    fuzzy matches.Fuzzy Matching (or Approximate String Matching) is a technique that helps identify two elements of text, strings, or entries that are approximately similar but aren’t exactly the same.
  • Advanced search: Use the Advanced search options to return exact matches.

To search for a rule:

  1. In the BriteCore menu, select Rules.
  2. On the Projects screen, navigate to and select the applicable project.
  3. On the project’s screen, select the Rules tab.
  4. On the Rules tab, under Home, complete one of the following steps:
    1. In the search box, type your search query using one of the following:
      1. Simple text to return fuzzy matches.
      2. The Advanced search options in Table 1 to return exact matches.
    2. Select Filters, select one or more filters, and then, in the results list, select the appropriate rule.
    3. Below Filters, use the rules folder structure to navigate to and select the appropriate rule.

Advanced search

Table 1 displays all of the available advanced search options you can use when searching for an exact match.

Prefix =An exact match
Prefix 'Include
Prefix !Exclude
Prefix ^Starts with
Suffix $Ends with
White spaceAND

Note: To escape white space, wrap with double quotes (").
Vertical pipe |OR

Tip: To the right of the search box, select the Information icon to see details on how the Advanced search works.

Figure 1: Advanced search options in BriteRules.