Advanced Search Results

 

Please choose the websites to include in your search, and the appropriate content types:

BlueScope Steel Australian Product Website
Content Type
Include PDF Files in search
Search only PDF Files
 
BlueScope Steel Australian Corporate Website
Content Type
Include PDF Files in search
Search only PDF Files
 
New Zealand Steel Website
Content Type
Include PDF Files in search
Search only PDF Files

Cross Site Searching Functionality

Select any combination of sites to include in your search via their check boxes. For each site selected, it is possible to refine your search by restricting the content types to be included within the results. This filtering is achieved via the dropdown menus associated with each website. For example, you might select all content types to be included in the results from the Australian website, but only News to be included within the results returned from the Corporate website.

If you wish your search to include .PDF files, select the appropriate check box.

An additional dropdown menu provides options for how the entered string should be treated. That is, if you enter a sentence it searches for the entire string 'as a phrase', match any of the words, or attempt to match all the elements within the sentence.

Advanced Verity Syntax

You can also use Verity's query operators to construct search criteria, these include:

  • AND - Causes records to be returned only when all search items are found. Eg searching for "flombo AND chipper" returns only records that contain both the word "flombo" and the word "chipper".
  • OR - Causes records to be returned when any one word is found. Eg searching for "flombo OR chipper" returns records containing only "flombo, only "chipper" or both "flombo" and "chipper".
  • NOT - Causes the Verity search engine to ignore records that contain the specified search terms. Eg searching for "flombo NOT chipper" returns records containing the word "flombo" but not "chipper".
  • Wildcards - Returns all records matching wildcard characters. Wildcard characters include the asterisk '*', which specifies zero or more characters and question mark '?', which specifies a single alphanumeric character. Eg 'cat*' might retrieve cat, catfish and catastrophic. 'Cat?' might retrieve cat, cats and cath.