Percolaror with exact match


(Tomasz Romanczuk) #1

I'm going to use percolate option to index my queries. Some of them
contains special characters (like "-", "+"). For given document i.e.:

doc {
source: "www.a-b.com"
}

I need return only these queries that exactly match to this text. I used
termQuery from JavaAPI but it doesn't work. How can I provide "exact
match"?

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(Binh Ly) #2

You can handle the "matching" part by defining the correct analyzer for the
source field. So for example, if you set define source as "not_analyzed",
it should perform a case-sensitive exact match without going through text
analysis.

On Tuesday, January 21, 2014 10:55:12 AM UTC-5, Tomasz Romanczuk wrote:

I'm going to use percolate option to index my queries. Some of them
contains special characters (like "-", "+"). For given document i.e.:

doc {
source: "www.a-b.com"
}

I need return only these queries that exactly match to this text. I used
termQuery from JavaAPI but it doesn't work. How can I provide "exact
match"?

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(Tomasz Romanczuk) #3

Where should I define source as not_analyzed? During index creation (in
mapping)? or in queries?

W dniu wtorek, 21 stycznia 2014 17:50:02 UTC+1 użytkownik Binh Ly napisał:

You can handle the "matching" part by defining the correct analyzer for
the source field. So for example, if you set define source as
"not_analyzed", it should perform a case-sensitive exact match without
going through text analysis.

On Tuesday, January 21, 2014 10:55:12 AM UTC-5, Tomasz Romanczuk wrote:

I'm going to use percolate option to index my queries. Some of them
contains special characters (like "-", "+"). For given document i.e.:

doc {
source: "www.a-b.com"
}

I need return only these queries that exactly match to this text. I used
termQuery from JavaAPI but it doesn't work. How can I provide "exact
match"?

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