The Vault Find command is a very powerful tool but sometimes it just does not give the results we expected. In this example I need to find all models and drawings where the "Designer" property is either C King or B White. I enter the following search parameters and perform the seach and I am wonderng why no files were found.
You soon realize that the Vault defaulted to a Boolean AND operator between the two statements and or course the files in the Vault will probably not have two Designers. You know the Vault understands a Boolean OR operation but you are wondering how to achieve this in the Find commnad statement.
The answer is to create the find statement to include the Boolean OR operator in the Value field between the designers names. In the search below the files that have either B White OR C King, as the value of the Designer property, are found.
This same idea can be used in the Vault Query Builder.