There are a few operators that you can use to refine your searches (note that these operators must be in uppercase so as not to be considered search terms):
- AND is implied between terms. For instance, error mary (two words separated by a space) is the same as error AND mary.
- OR allows you to specify multiple values. For instance, error OR mary means find any event that contains either word.
- NOT applies to the next term or group. For example, error NOT mary would find events that contain error but do not contain mary.
- The quote marks ("") identify a phrase. For example, "Out of this world" will find this exact sequence of words. Out of this world will find any event that contains all of these words, but not necessarily in that order.
- Parentheses ( ( ) ) are used for grouping terms. Parentheses can help avoid confusion...