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problem insearching articles where authors initials are used

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problem insearching articles where authors initials are used

Postby ushasharma84 » Sun May 23, 2010 10:05 pm

hi
i have uploaded back issues through quick submit plugin and there are some authors who have used only initials in their first name so i have also added single letter initials in their first name. Now when i want to search all those articles which have N in their first name It does not list any articles but if I search by last name Joseph then it will show results.
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Re: problem insearching articles where authors initials are used

Postby jmacgreg » Wed May 26, 2010 9:40 am

Hi ushasharma84,

The search function doesn't search for strings of less than four characters, IIRC, so you won't be able to match just one letter of a name, even if it's the only one.

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