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  2. Analyst Service
  3. Catalog Service
  4. Content Management Service
  5. Data Integration Service
  6. Data Integration Service Architecture
  7. Data Integration Service Management
  8. Data Integration Service Grid
  9. Data Integration Service REST API
  10. Data Integration Service Applications
  11. Enterprise Data Preparation Service
  12. Interactive Data Preparation Service
  13. Informatica Cluster Service
  14. Mass Ingestion Service
  15. Metadata Access Service
  16. Metadata Manager Service
  17. Model Repository Service
  18. PowerCenter Integration Service
  19. PowerCenter Integration Service Architecture
  20. High Availability for the PowerCenter Integration Service
  21. PowerCenter Repository Service
  22. PowerCenter Repository Management
  23. PowerExchange Listener Service
  24. PowerExchange Logger Service
  25. SAP BW Service
  26. Search Service
  27. System Services
  28. Test Data Manager Service
  29. Test Data Warehouse Service
  30. Web Services Hub
  31. Application Service Upgrade
  32. Application Service Databases
  33. Connecting to Databases from Windows
  34. Connecting to Databases from UNIX or Linux
  35. Updating the DynamicSections Parameter of a DB2 Database

Comparison Operators

Comparison Operators

Use the comparison operators with query parameters to build a query. You can use comparison operators to specify criteria when you query objects.
The following table lists the comparison operators that you can use with each type of query parameter:
Query Parameter Type
Includes Query Parameters
Comparison Operators
Examples
Subject
name
tag
createdBy
lastModifiedBy
~contains~
~not-contains~
~not-ends-with~
~not-starts-with~
~ends-with~
~starts-with~
=
!=
~in~
~not-in~
name ~contains~ Mapping
tag ~in~ (tg_1, tg_2, tg_3)
createdBy = Administrator
lastModifiedBy ~ends-with~ visitor
Time
lastModifiedTime
checkInTime
checkOutTime
creationTime
>
<
~within-last~
~between~
~not-between~
lastModifiedTime < 2019-02-26 20:32:54
checkInTime ~between~ (2018-12-26 20:32:54, 2018-05-26 20:32:54)
checkOutTime ~within-last~ 10 (days)
Status
versionStatus
~is-checkedin~
~is-checkedout~
versionStatus ~is-checkedin~
versionStatus ~is-checkedout~
Location
folder
project
application
~contains~
~not-ends-with~
~not-contains~
~not-starts-with~
~ends-with~
~starts-with~
=
!=
~in~
~not-in~
name ~contains~ Mapping where project ~ends-with~ _1
lastModifiedBy ~ends-with~ trator where folder ~not-in~ (Folder_3, Folder_2)
all where project=Project_1, folder=Folder_1
name = Mapping where project=Project_1, folder=/Folder_1/Folder_2/
name = Mapping where project=Project_1, folder=/
name = captain_america where app~in~ (MapGenTest, MapGenEg)
If you have build a query specifying a criterion by using comparison operators, the query returns the object that satisfies the criterion to the client.
For example, you can build a query to fetch objects that have the name
mapping 1
.
name=mapping1
The time format is YYYY-MM-DD HH24:MI:SS.