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3.6. Search: Multiple Criteria and Wildcards

Wildcards can be used in the <value> part of the syntax for strings. For example, to find all users beginning with m, enter m*.

You can perform a search having two criteria by using the Boolean operators AND and OR. For example:

Vms: = m* AND status = Up

This query returns all running virtual machines for users whose names begin with "m".

Vms: = m* AND tag = "paris-loc"

This query returns all virtual machines tagged with "paris-loc" for users whose names begin with "m".

When two criteria are specified without AND or OR, AND is implied. AND precedes OR, and OR precedes implied AND.