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From Yonik Seeley <>
Subject Re: Implementation in C & Some Questions
Date Sat, 12 Nov 2005 01:24:30 GMT
> - Why the assumption that NO_NORMS for a field implies that the
> field is not tokenized with an analyzer:

The NO_NORMS object is just for convenience and meant to represent the
most likely case when one would omit norms.  It's less likely to mess
up someone new to lucene since lengthNormalization won't be a factor
for non-tokenized fields.

There is a setOmitNorms() function that may be used to omit norms from
*any* indexed field.


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