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From Simon Gaeremynck <gaeremyn...@gmail.com>
Subject Re: Query contains question
Date Wed, 11 Aug 2010 16:13:56 GMT
We're on 2.1.0 .
I probably can't use jcr:like as that needs a specific property 
and I need it to match on all the properties on a node.

Cheers,
Simon


On 11 Aug 2010, at 17:38, Ard Schrijvers wrote:

> On Wed, Aug 11, 2010 at 5:27 PM, Simon Gaeremynck <gaeremyncks@gmail.com> wrote:
>> Thanks Ard,
>> I think I'm getting closer.
>> 
>> The following matches the node I want
>>  jcr:contains(., '"Anne-Sophie"')
>> 
>> This however doesn't match anything
>>  jcr:contains(., '"Anne-S*"')
> 
> Which version do you use? It works for me, although it might have
> changes as it is not part of the spec. You can use jcr:like, that is
> part of the spec
> 
> Regards ARd
> 
>> 
>> Regards,
>> Simon
>> 
>> 
>> On 11 Aug 2010, at 15:07, Ard Schrijvers wrote:
>> 
>>> For this thing you can use jcr:like or use
>>> //*[jcr:contains(.,'"Anne-S*"')] although I am not completely sure if
>>> the latter always works. The problem you have is that you cannot
>>> search for terms starting with 'Anne-S' as there are no Lucene terms
>>> starting with it! This is because the standard lucene analyzer
>>> tokenizes on a dash, hence, there is for example the term 'Anne' and
>>> 'Sophie'. Check 'Ann*', that one will work! This might be
>>> confusing..but it gets even much more complex when iso latin1 filters
>>> and stemming is applied.
>>> 
>>> Anyway, back to the '"Anne-S*"'. When putting " " around it, it will
>>> be treated as a Lucene PhraseQuery [1] which does the job for you (I
>>> think/hope :) )
>>> 
>>> Regards Ard
>> 


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