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Search Help

You can type in the search much like you would use Google or any other search field.

  • Basic Search - for example if you wanted to find custom races with "practice" in the name, you can type: practice
  • Boolean Searches - say you wanted to find custom races with "practice" in the name but not "GTE", you could use: +practice -gte.

    There are a few custom boolean fields you can use to find custom races based on certain criteria: +CSPWeather - custom races with CSP/Sol weather integration enabled, +LiveWeather - custom races with live weather enabled,
  • Searching by Specific Fields - some of the custom race details can be searched across. For example, if you want to find custom races at a specific track - say, "Spa" - you can use: RaceConfig.Track:"Spa"

    The entire list of custom race fields is: Name, Created (date/time), Updated (date/time), RaceConfig.Cars, RaceConfig.Track, RaceConfig.TrackLayout, RaceConfig.PickupModeEnabled, RaceConfig.LockedEntryList, RaceConfig.DriverSwapEnabled, RaceConfig.MaxClients, RaceConfig.CSPRequiredVersion
  • Searching Numeric Values - you can search numeric values, for example RaceConfig.MaxClients:<32> will list all custom races with less than 32 max clients configured.

Of course, you can combine all of the above things into one query! That might look like the following:

+practice +RaceConfig.Track:"Spa" RaceConfig.MaxClients:<32
"must have practice in the name", "race config track must be Spa", "must have less than 32 max clients configured"

Server Manager uses Bleve to provide searching. Bleve is incredibly powerful and offers a great amount of control over search queries. We've covered some examples of how to make the most out of searching here, but please refer to Bleve's Documentation for more detailed examples and syntax.

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