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From Pascal Nadal <Pascal.Na...@Keyword.fr>
Subject Re: Re: Wildcard search and HOST tokens
Date Wed, 12 Nov 2003 15:43:35 GMT
when I do a query.toString(<my default field>), it prints exactly my query.

example: title:FE.MENU*  gives  title:FE.MENU* FE.MENU*  when I search in
the default field and the field 'title'.

the HostFilter I wrote (that tokenizes again HOST tokens) works wonderfully.

PS: thanks Erik

 -----Message d'origine-----

De : Erik Hatcher [mailto:erik@ehatchersolutions.com]

Envoyé : mercredi 12 novembre 2003 12:43

À : Lucene Users List

Objet : Re: Wildcard search and HOST tokens

 

On Wednesday, November 12, 2003, at 05:55 AM, Pascal Nadal wrote:

> My lucene indexes contain fields with values like this www.xxx.yyy.zzz

> which are treated as HOST tokens.

> My problem is the following : search results never contain documents 

> with

> such fields when doing a wildcard query or a fuzzy query. Only 

> searches on

> full field values work.

>

> example queries: www* www.* www.xxx* www?xxx?yyy www.yyy.y~ or just 

> yyy

>

> I'm using Lucene 1.2 and the StandardAnalyzer. It seems that the '.' 

> is the

> problem.

>

> Is it a bug ?

What does query.toString("<default field>") return? This generally has 

a lot of clues on what happened in QueryParser.

Erik


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