Not sure what you mean. If you're wanting all documents contained within a folder which has a particular classification, then use the search I specified. You can then right-click->Supercopy if you're trying to extract them.
The search you provided gives me the documents that have a classification linked to them, which happen to be linked to the classification by mistake. What I need is to display all documents contained within all files that have documents stored in them, based on the following query:
classification:"MYCLASSIFICATION" and contains:*
I tried to use the following query as well:
classification:"MYCLASSIFICATION" and container:+
and I got the following error message:
'The recursive search indicator must follow and valid query value'
I know that if I double click on a container that has document, TRIM interprets this action with the following query:
So I decided to add the 'Container:+' into my query.
I just tried the search I gave you, and it gave me all documents contained within folders with that given classification (regardless if the document themselves have the classification on them). I think that's what you're asking for?
The statement "all documents contained within all files that have documents stored in them" isn't clear to me here. Wouldn't all documents contained in a all files that have documents just mean the same thing?
Questions: 1) Which objects have the classifications? Ie, the container 2) Are there multiple levels (files/folders) within the object that has the classification)? 3) What's the structure like here (box->folder(file)->document?
If you're trying to find all documents in a folder, which has a specific classification, but the documents don't have that classification... then it would be this:
container:[classification:"My Classification"]+ and not classification:"My Classification"
Have you tried doing a search (as per above responses) but as a nested saved search...Search within another saved search recursively?. E.g.... Create the top level search or from the most / granular saved search; save it; then refine the saved search and hit the filter tab - Select "Within another Saved Search" with your nested Saved Search Criteria? Using Boolean search from.
Haven't tried it myself given your criteria and it may or may not work.