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- Multiple search terms find topics with one or more of the terms, and each term gets a different highlight color.
For an exact multi-word search, enclose the set of terms within quotes to form a single string:
- work also finds workspace, but "work" excludes workspace.
- request also finds requests and requesting, but "request" excludes them.
- configuration also finds topics with configuring, but "configuration" excludes them.
- To customize your search further, add an operator (and, not, or) between search terms:
- configuration and settings narrows your search and only finds topics that contain both configuration and settings.
- configuration not settings widens your search and finds topics that contain configuration but not settings, topics that contain settings but not configuration, and excludes topics that contain both.
- configuration or settings widens your search and finds topics that contain configuration or settings and also topics that contain both configuration and settings.
- If your search contains an operator that you want to use as a word, enclose the phrase in quotes to tell search not to use it as an operator. For example, not required will return a search format error, but "not required" finds topics that contain not required.
- You can search for any string on a page with Command-F on Mac or CTRL+F on Windows.
Helix documentation uses the following syntax conventions to describe command line syntax.
||Must be used in the command exactly as shown.|
|italics||A parameter for which you must supply specific information. For example, for a serverid parameter, supply the ID of the server.|
||Both a and b are required.|
Either a or b is required. Omit the curly braces when you compose the command.
||Any combination of the enclosed elements is optional. None is also optional. Omit the brackets when you compose the command.|
||Any one of the enclosed elements is optional. None is also optional. Omit the brackets when you compose the command.|
Previous argument can be repeated.
... has a different meaning for directories. See Wildcards in the Helix Core Command-Line (P4) Reference.
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Earlier versions of this guide
Earlier versions of this guide: 2022.1, 2021.2
To find even earlier versions of this guide, use the following URL and replace v18.2 with the version number you are looking for: https://www.perforce.com/manuals/v18.2/swarm/index.html
Helix Swarm User Workflow Guide
For a step-by-step walk-through of setting up a workflow, adding it to a project, and using it to progress through a review, see the Helix Swarm User Workflow Guide.