Yes, but in that case the result will not be univocal, because the type of research is generic. This way you could have more than one result. Instead I would like there was the exact correspondence with the code searched.
This is quite important for our users. If you give prospective clients reference numbers to view properties you only want the one property to come up. Obviously you can create reference numbers which are so specific they will only provide one result but this isnt always possible.
Thank you Mr.Dam but, as Nicholas Johnson said, the research should be univocal. If a code shares some characters, the search result will no longer be unique. When we tell customers the ref, they may get confused if they find more than one result.