I'm currently working with facets and I wish my application URL to keep
information about the facets that have been selected by the user so far.
Each selected facet is added to the URL and a resulting search, for all
facets in the URL, is done.
But let's say the manufacturer in this example is indexed as "Bang&Olufse",
I want to to be able to find it using the friendly token saved in the URL.
If I search using my current friendly token,"bang_olufse", I won't find
I'd like a generic way to target a specific field using a unique id/token. I
don't simply want the search to be case insensitive, I'd like a way to
create a real custom friendly URL token ("bang_olufse" for example, or even
"b_o") and have a way to find the right field using it. Is there a way to do
I though about generating a unique string like "__faceturl-bang_olufse" and
append it to the content of the field itself, so a following search
for "__faceturl-[FRIENDLY_URL_TOKEN]" would find it. But this is really ugly
and force me to deal with the fact that the content contains this id that I
don't want to display.
Any suggestions on how to map a friendly URL token to a specific field?
Thanks in advance!