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From Peter Sturge <peter.stu...@googlemail.com>
Subject Re: Case Insensitive search while preserving case
Date Wed, 05 May 2010 13:19:49 GMT
You can't get 'round this without creating a copyField or similar. It's easy
to do in schema.xml
Store one field (e.g. 'state') using a fieldType that is configured to use a
LowercaseFilterFactory, and the other not (e.g. 'state_verbatim').

When you search, use the lowercase one for case-insensitive searching (e.g.
q=state:*) - alaska, AlAsKA, ALASKA, etc.
When you facet, use the the non-lowercase one for 'Alaska' (e.g.
&facet=true&facet.field=state_verbatim).




> All my fields are stored.
> >
> > And if my field name is "state" means that your suggestion
> > is appending
> > "fl=state", then no, that's not doing anything for
> > me.  =(
> >
> > The above config gets me part of the way to where I need to
> > be.  Storing,
> > for instance, "Alaska" in such a way that querying for
> > "alaska", "AlaSkA",
> > and "ALASKA" will all return "Alaska".  However, if I
> > include the field as a
> > stats.facet, or I'd doing a faceted search (facet=true), or
> > do a terms
> > search, what I get out is "alaska".
> >
> > Any way around that without the dupe field?
>
>

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