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From ANNAMANENI RAVEENDRA <a.raveendra...@gmail.com>
Subject Re: Managed Synonyms query
Date Mon, 05 Jun 2017 15:27:32 GMT
Hi,

Which version of solr is this on?
It will give a good idea if provided field definition like tokeniser
analyser used etc?
This is a case of multi word synonym which I think you should use
autopharing token filter

Thanks
Ravi

On Mon, 5 Jun 2017 at 11:20 AM, Sweta Parekh <Sweta.Parekh@eclerx.com>
wrote:

> Hi All,
>
> We are using managed synonyms functionality at index time but one-way &
> replacement are not working as desired. Below are some examples that are
> not working
> Can anyone help to understand how the index time synonyms works in Solr .
> We are using edismax with mm=2>-1 5>100%, ps=5
>
> Below entries highlighted in yellow are not working. We need to search to
> return results of "From" word along with "To" term but not vice-versa
>
> rust-oleum ; rust-oleum, rust o leum-  this is not working
> rust-oleum  ; rust-oleum, rust oleum -  in the analyzer it is showing that
> rust oleum is replaced with rust-oleum and then it should show result .
> rust-oleum   ;rust-oleum, rust oleum Canada  this will work once above
> entry works
> rust-oleum    ; rust-oleum, rust-oleum Canada   this is working
> rust-oleum     ;rust-oleum, rustoleum canada  this is working
>
> eye wash  ;   eye wash, douche occulaire  - this is not working
> eye wash  ;   eye wash, douche oculaire - this is working
>
>
> Gatorade; gatoraid - this is not working . We want to replace to term
> "gatoraid" with from term "Gatorade" but output is reversed. When we switch
> the entry, there is not impact of the rule
>
> Regards,
> Sweta Parekh
> Search / CRO - Associate Program Manager
> Digital Marketing Services
> sweta.parekh@clerx.com<mailto:sweta.parekh@clerx.com>
> Extn: 284887 | Mobile: +(91) 9004667625
> eClerx Services Limited [www.eClerx.com<http://www.eclerx.com/>]
>
>

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