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Jose Araya
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Hi,

I have a question/doubt...

I need to do a query which requeries a "contains" validation, and I was wondering if this is possible to do using JCR-JQOM, because I already know that I can do it with JCR-SQL2 but in this case I have to use JCR-JQOM.

Let me explain more... I have a keyword, for example pet, but in my site I have one pet and also more than one pet so if I use pets instead of pet in a search I receive different results, so I need use "contains" or something that do not discriminate if the word is in singular or plural.

By the way... I was not pretty sure if this is the best section of the forum, if this place is wrong, please can someone move my question?

Thanks.

Best regards,

Jose.
 
It is sorta covered in the JavaRanch Style Guide.
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