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From "William W" <>
Subject Re: Query Parser Syntax documentation now available
Date Thu, 16 May 2002 13:18:35 GMT


  What do you mean with

  "This will make documents with the term IBM appear more relevant. You can 
also boost Phrase Terms as in the example: "

  Where is the example with "IBM" ?

  I think that the example
    "jakarta apache"^4 "jakarta lucene"
  could be
    "IBM"^4 "jakarta lucene"


>From: Peter Carlson <>
>Reply-To: "Lucene Users List" <>
>To: Lucene Users List <>
>CC: Lucene Developers List <>
>Subject: Query Parser Syntax documentation now available
>Date: Wed, 15 May 2002 22:22:47 -0700
>Lucene supports creating your own query syntax, but also provides a default
>QueryParser implementation using JavaCC to parse query strings into Lucene
>Query objects.
>In hopes to provide some better understanding, there is now a Query Parser
>Syntax document available which describes the features of this
>implementation and some examples.
>It is also located in the resources menu on the Lucene web site.
>I hope this proves helpful.
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