How to make non alphanumeric characters available for query
Searching non alphanumeric content
There could be a situation where reviewers are searching for terms that contain non alphanumeric characters such as (#$@!..)
These characters by defaut are not indexed and are ignored during the search. To index those character and make them available for query search, a configuraion change must be applied to all Content Engines used by the module.
To ensure a nonalphanumeric character is available for querying, specify it in the TangibleCharacters configuration parameter.
The configuration parameter should be placed under the desired language section in the content configuration file:
After the change, the data for each Engine must be re-indexed (DREEXPORTIDX/DREINITIAL/DREADD)