How does search store auto-generated numbers in the index?
|Knowledge Article Number||000232250|
|Description||Each time you create a new record, the search engine breaks up the searchable information into pieces, called tokens, it easily recognizes and stores them in an index. When you search, the search engine breaks down your search terms into tokens so it can find matching tokens in the index.
Auto-generated numbers create tokens for the full number and for the number without leading zeros. For example:
|Resolution||If you can’t find a record when using an abbreviated version of the auto-generated number, search for the entire auto-generated number.