I am using Elasticsearch in Geoportal. I don't have much knowledge on Search engines.
I went through the Lucene Search Text Queries(Lucene Search Syntax) in which it is mentioned that we should use double quotes ("world imagery") to get the search result containing those words directly after each other. Is there any other way to get the search result as most relevant without using the syntax (i.e., the double quotes or fields) given. For example, if we search just the phrase World imagery we should get the data containing those two words directly next to each other.
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It is an open source metadata catalog which is using Elasticsearch as its search application
Is there any way to get that rectified?
Maybe with some changes to the Geoportal product to allow it, otherwise that's the way Elasticsearch works.
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