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Use "Merged with" wich compare several words

Hello,

I know how to use “merged with” when i need to match one word with another one (RG searching for example).

Example 1 : (i know to do that :slight_smile: )

Searching field : “word1

DB1 :
DB1skill : word3

DB2 :
DB2skill : word1

DB3 :
DB3skill : word1

Result : DB2, DB3


Example 2 : (what i am trying to do :crazy_face: )

Searching field : “word1, word2

DB1 :
DB1skill : word3

DB2 :
DB2skill : word1, word 2

DB3 :
DB3skill : word1, word 3

Result : DB2

Apparently it doesn’t really work with “merged with” … Do you know how to do that please?

Thank you so much for your time :slight_smile:
Brice

Hi bricelataste,

just to clarify what you are trying to do:
You are trying to find which database entries contain a list of things (word1, word2) instead of just 1 thing (word1) and are trying to use “merged with” to get there, right?

regards
Julius

Hello TipLister,

Yes exactly! :slight_smile::slight_smile::slight_smile::slight_smile::slight_smile:

BR,

Brice

Hi Bricela,

if for your repeating group you use, do a search for:filtered and then select Advanced you can select a filter such as This Users list of skills contains list …

depending on if you use an input, or what kind of system you use, it may differ. Pm me if you need more help and want to do screen share.

regards,
Julius