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From Bon <>
Subject Re: What is the right query syntax for matching some field's substring?
Date Thu, 02 Apr 2009 01:30:22 GMT

Hi Matt,

    Thanks for your answer,
    I'm new to lucene, so I don't know what should I know about that.
    I find a reference about discuss searching substring and it work good
for me,
    I'm not sure what analyer we used, I'll check it out and make sure why
it work for us.

    thank you very much =)

Best Regards,

Matthew Hall-7 wrote:
> Which analyzer are you using here?  Depending on your choice the comma 
> separated values might be being kept together in your index, rather than 
> tokenized as you expected.
> Secondly, you should get Luke, and take a look into your index, this 
> should give you a much better idea of what's going on in your index.
> Anyhow, closely examine your analyzer choice, and then your query type 
> choice and see if that's where the problem lies.
> Matt
> Bon wrote:
>> Hi all,
>>     I've a question about the query syntax statement,
>>     There is a lucene text field and the value of the field like
>> ,11,12,15,16,
>>     if I want to query some data and the value of the field has included
>> some number what I like(11 or 15),
>>     how can I do?
>>     I try to give a query like (filed_name:,11,) but it can not get the
>> matching.
>>     or I must reformat the field value with some other symbol not the
>> symbol
>> comma ','
>> Bon
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