apple banana Find rows that contain at least one of the two words.
+apple +juice Find rows that contain both words.
+apple macintosh Find rows that contain the word 'apple', but rank rows higher if they also contain 'macintosh'.
+apple -macintosh Find rows that contain the word 'apple' but not 'macintosh'.
+apple ~macintosh Find rows that contain the word 'apple', but if the row also contains the word 'macintosh', rate it lower than if row does not. This is "softer" than a search for '+apple -macintosh', for which the presence of 'macintosh' causes the row not to be returned at all.
+apple +(>turnover >strudel) Find rows that contain the words 'apple' and 'turnover', or 'apple' and 'strudel' (in any order), but rank 'apple turnover' higher than 'apple strudel'.
apple* Find rows that contain words such as 'apple', 'apples', 'applesauce', or 'applet'.
"some words" Find rows that contain the exact phrase 'some words' (for example, rows that contain 'some words of wisdom' but not "some noise words").
Select “J1939 PG (ext. ID)” from the ID type dropdown list box.
Enter the parameter group number (PGN), for example 0x1234.
To enter the details for this PG, click on the “...” button, where you can enter further elements of the PG: priority, destination address (if your PGN is less than 0xF000).
Select “* (Null Address)” for the sender’s address.
This enables CANoe/CANalyzer to interpret this message in trace or data windows regardless of the actual sender’s address.
If you don’t need this interpretation because your message is always sent from one sender, then just drag and drop the PG on the network node in the list view.
The sender’s address will be set to the node ID after a confirmation question.