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From "Joe Attardi" <jatta...@gmail.com>
Subject Re: Problem Search using lucene
Date Wed, 01 Aug 2007 04:33:58 GMT
You are probably using the StandardAnalyzer which removes stop words such as
"and".

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Joe Attardi
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On 8/1/07, masz-wow <maznorlia.syafina@gmail.com> wrote:
>
>
> I understand that only document that has been indexed will be able to
> search.
> I already manage to index the document and also search the content of the
> document.
> The problem is, why is that there are a few words that cannot be search?
> E.g : A document contains this sentence
> "So on the next Monday, when Big taufiq John once again got on the bus and
> said, keratong >"Big John doesn't pay!" The driver stood up, glared back
> at
> the passenger, >and screamed, "And why not?" With a surprised look on his
> face, Big John >replied, "Big John has a bus pass." Managementq "
>
> I can search all the contents of this document BUT when I key in the word
> 'on' or 'and' the document cannot be searched anymore.
>
> From my understanding, once the document being indexed we will be able to
> search all the contents of the document
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