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Re: Search & Promote Query to fetch content based on dates
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Hi Shekhar,Thanks for the response. We are using the system defined field "date" to store one of out metadata. So is it safe to assume that we can ignore giving a parameter such as "sp_x_2=date". I mean with the above query format we are getting the expected result. Our main concern was that is this the right way to query S&P using backend parameters. And about the spid I am not supposed to share that info in a forum.So our requirement is that the end user would provide the start and the end dat...

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We are trying to write an S&P query to retrieve content based on the date when it was created. Our requirement is to fetch the content in a date(system defined field) range. We went through the documentation and came up with a query parameters format as shown below. We just wanted to know is it the correct way or is there a better way to do it. http://adobesnpdomain.com/?sp_q_min_day_2=01&sp_q_max_day_2=04&sp_q_min_month_2=01&sp_q_ma x_month_2=03&sp_q_min_year_2=2014&sp_q_max_year_2=2015 So we h...

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