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The current Salesforce documentation states that deterministic encryption only supports exact, case-sensitive matches. This is why comparison operators that return partial matches aren't supported.

Will this also be the case with case-insensitive deterministic encryption which is currently in beta?

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Yes, case-insensitive deterministic encryption will still be exact-match, with the exception being that it is case insensitive.

For example, if you encrypt "John Whelan" with case-insensitive you could filter by "john whelan" and still get a match. With case-sensitive you would have to filter by "John Whelan" to get a match.

In either case, filtering by "John", "Whelan" or any other partial text will result in no match.

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