Is it possible to have a 'match_phrase' query which does not do any scoring
I know that using 'query filter' or wraps a query in 'constant_score query'
return documents with constant score. But as I know, what they do is
cutting of the evaluated score, i.e. the score corresponds to the
'match_phrase' query is still evaluated.
In our application, we only care whether a phrase exists in a document, we
don't care the score of each document. To have the best performance, we
would like to eliminate the whole score evaluating process during
Is there any query type or configuration to achieve this?
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