The Fuzzy Search Node enables a Flow to search through a list (string array) of source data by providing a search pattern. It will return the best possible match(es), based on a set of parameters.
The score assigned to each match ranges from 0 (the closest match - best) to 1 (no match - weakest).
The result will be stored in either the Cognigy context (
context.STORE) or input object (
input.STORE) using the store name given in the node's settings.
In case of an error, this is stored in either the Cognigy context (
context.STORE.error) or input object (
|Search Pattern||String||The pattern to search for|
|Source Data||JSON||An array of strings or an object to search through|
|Is Case Sensitive||Boolean||Indicates whether comparisons should be case sensitive|
|Include Score||Boolean||Whether the score should be included in the result set. A score of 1.0 indicates a perfect match, while a score of 0.0 indicates a complete mismatch|
|Include Matches||Boolean||Whether the matches should be included in the result set. When active, each record in the result set will include the indices of the matched characters|
|Minimum Characters||Number||Only the matches whose length exceeds this value will be returned|
|Should Sort||Boolean||Whether to sort the result list, by score|
|Find All Matches||Boolean||When activated, the matching function will continue to the end of a search pattern even if a perfect match has already been located in the string|
|Location||Number||Determines approximately where in the text is the pattern expected to be found|
|Threshold||Number||At what point does the match algorithm give up. A threshold of 1.0 requires a perfect match (of both letters and location), a threshold of 0.0 would match anything|
|Distance||Number||Determines how close the match must be to the fuzzy location (specified by Location)|
|Ignore Location||Boolean||When activated, search will ignore Location and Distance, so it won't matter where in the string the pattern appears|