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From Alessandro Benedetti <benedetti.ale...@gmail.com>
Subject Re: Keyword match distance rule issue
Date Wed, 30 Sep 2015 15:48:31 GMT
Hi, Solr does not support more than 2 as an edit distance !
You need to customise this at code level if you want to.

If in the index we have :

bridwater

Bridgewater (3)
Bridffwater (3)

This is really weird, but please , can you tell me what exactly have
indexed for that field ? Can you check the analysis tool and show me the
tokens produced for that field, at indexing and query time ?
The analysis tool is reachable from the core in the admin UI and is really
useful in this kind of situations.

Cheers



2015-09-30 14:32 GMT+01:00 anil.vadhavane <anilv@procentris.com>:

> Hi Benedetti,
>
> Yes, at first it looks like a user error and I am surprised as well with
> the
> case.
>
> We tested this on two different system. We tried it with lower case input
> but it is not matching. We are using the standard title column to store the
> data. Even we tried with 3, 4 and 5 edit distance but, this particular
> query
> is not matching.
>
> I wonder if anyone really try this on their own system to confirm if that
> is
> the case with others as well or not.
>
> Just to clarify -
>
> We want to match "emma bridwater radios", stored in title column, with the
> search query "Bridgewater~2" (you can use 3 edit distance if you want). We
> observed that, Solr not matching it. However, if we try "Bridffwater~2",
> Solr matching it.
>
> It might be a silly mistack from our side but, we are not able to find the
> solution at present.
>
>
> Thanks
>
>
>
>
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