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From Dnyaneshwar Dewadkar <dewad...@gmail.com>
Subject Re: Search on indexed value not restrictive under one circumstance
Date Wed, 14 Sep 2011 09:10:38 GMT
If it is all ways like i.e. For 'LH on" and "LH off" number of result are
same then it could have because of AND/OR operator. As per  your condtion
one way it is working fine and for " LH off" its not. Because of Fuzzy
matching it could have analyzed. "LH on " is near "LH off" while query parse
(25% mismatch) but in other ways it is (40%).
   Like to know why it is happening?

On Wed, Sep 14, 2011 at 1:36 PM, Wick2804 <chris.chadwick@banctec.co.uk>wrote:

> Hi
>
> We have a fairly large Solr repository which is working exceptionally well.
> However our customer noticed a strange search result, in that when looking
> for a specific value for the field 'position' in an indexed field it
> returns
> another value in addition to the one searched for. The search is:
>
> position:"LH off"     - this correctly returns all results for entries
> which
> are indexed with 'position' of "LH off"
>
> position:"LH on"     - this returns the results for 'position' of "LH on"
> followed by all the results for "LH off", we cannot understand why "LH off"
> is returned in these circumstances for an Indexed search.
>
> Any help greatly appreciated.
>
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-- 
Mr. Dnyaneshwar Dewadkar
Dept. of Information Technology

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