Need to search for documents in Sharepoint sites for keywords in filename with acronyms support using MS Graph API

Sumit Valecha 1 Reputation point

I need to search for documents in Sharepoint sites for keywords in filename with acronyms support using MS graph api. so I have defined acronyms in my Search and intelligence centre as

EXCOM : Executive Committee

I have 4 test files named as Executive Committee Test 1, Executive Committee, Test EXCOM and Test Excom in small letters

and I'm using MS graph search api for "queryString": "filename:Executive AND filename:Committee" then I'm only getting 2 results(only docs with full forms ) whereas im getting all 4 documents when i issue a normal search "queryString": "Executive Committee"

So it is not respecting the acronyms when i used filename: attribute in search query. tested in UI at URL also getting similar outcome.

Please suggest how it can work or how to report a issue to MS graph team.

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  1. Ab-8756 795 Reputation points

    Hello Sumit Valecha,
    Thank you for reaching out to this community forum.

    I have done some test from my end, and I am getting similar behavior in the Graph API results.

    I would highly recommend you open a support ticket with Graph API, this needs to be investigated from the back end.
    Hope this helps.

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