Partial Search on Phone Number Field in Database
TLDR Alan needed guidance to perform a partial search on a phone number field. Kishore Nallan explained that an infix search was required, this would drop and recreate the in-memory index without affecting the data. They advised executing it after hours to avoid interference with data being indexed and searches.
Oct 31, 2022 (11 months ago)
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