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
You can perform a search having two criteria by using the Boolean operators
OR. For example:
Vms: users.name = m* AND status = Up
This query returns all running virtual machines for users whose names begin with "m".
Vms: users.name = 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 is implied.
OR precedes implied