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Subject DO NOT REPLY [Bug 7710] - Wildcard query only accepts 1 or more characters for prefixes (not 0 or more)
Date Wed, 03 Apr 2002 16:12:45 GMT
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Wildcard query only accepts 1 or more characters for prefixes (not 0 or more)

otis@apache.org changed:

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------- Additional Comments From otis@apache.org  2002-04-03 16:12 -------
Hm, I can't duplicate the behaviour you describe.
I have an index with a few travel-related entries.
When I search for travel I get 1 match containing "Land a hot travel deal ...."
When I search for travel* I get 2 matches.  The first one is the same as the one
above, and the second one contains "Travelocity.com" in the indexed field.

Doesn't the fact that a search for travel* matches entries that contain only the
term "travel", and no other terms with "travel" as their base, confirm that
wildcards work properly, matching zero or more characers, even when used at the
end of the query string?

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