Each of these tables is called a Suite Specification. A Suite Specification is always a table whose first cell is the word Suite, capitalized as shown. The other rows must each have two cells, and the first cell in each row must be either Page, Content or Title.
- Page - The second cell in the Page row is the fully qualified page name that forms the root of the search. The search will proceed only with descendants of this page.
- Title - The second cell in the Title row specifies a regular expression to be used to match a page name. Every page in the search whose name matches that regular expression will be included in the suite.
- Content - The second cell in the Content row specifies a regular expression to be used to match the contents of a page. Every page in the search whose content contains a string that matches that regular expression will be included in the suite.
Every Suite Specification table represents the Intersection of the Page, Title, and Content. Thus, they form an AND operation. Only those pages that are descended from Page and match Title and match Content will be in the suite. Of course, if either Title or Content are omitted (as above) then they are ignored.
If you have multiple Suite Specification tables, then the suite will be the disjuction (The logical OR) of all of them.
The regular expressions conform to the Java library.