I'm currently build a replacement search service, it searches Scottish
human names and its essential that the data being returned is as close to
the current solution as possible....
Imagine this -
I put in a search for "Michael Heaney", I can either use a bool across both
a fore/surname field or I have a concatenated field of bothe fore/surname...
The current search solution returns all matching "Michael Heaney" but also
a few "Michael Heavey"', how would I approach this best, not only for this
case but to try and get similar names being returned in my results?
I have tried a bool fuzzy query over the two fields however im finding it
difficult to get appropriate results.
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