Thanks for response, but it is DSL syntax, not Kibana KQL.
I think with DSL it is better to try match_phrase
But the question is about Kibana search. Is this feature exist in KQL? If no, why?It is must-have feature!
Are there another solutions?Like changing text analyzer, or maybe i can search with Lucene syntax?
I have try to insert this DSL in "Edit filter" in kibana -but it doesn't work. As i inspect the query - kibana modify the final query. I cant do the wildcard query in Discovery tab with Kibana?
Is there any way to search exact match substring in Kibana?
But even wildcards and regexes not working as expected. Через жопу. I found, that escaping non-letter symbols can help. So for me this query works:
Text:"Get-System" also you must use escaping with the space like text:"adam\moran"