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From Bhavnik Gajjar <>
Subject Re: enhancing auto complete
Date Tue, 03 Aug 2010 04:30:09 GMT

Thanks for responding

The table mentioned below looks like,

lorem                                       Lorem ipsum dolor sit amet
                                                 Hieyed ddi lorem ipsum 
                                                 test lorem ipsume
                                                 test xyz lorem ipslili

lorem ip                                   Lorem ipsum dolor sit amet
                                                 Hieyed ddi lorem ipsum 
                                                 test lorem ipsume
                                                 test xyz lorem ipslili

lorem ipsl                                 test xyz lorem ipslili

Yes, [] looks good!

I would like to know its designs/solr configurations etc.. Can you 
please provide me detailed views of it?

In [], there is one thing to be noted. Search text like, 
[business c] populates [Business Centre] which looks OK but, [Consultant 
Business] looks bit odd. But, in general the pointer you suggested is 
great to start with.

On 8/2/2010 8:39 PM, Avlesh Singh wrote:
> > From whatever I could read in your broken table of sample use cases, I think
> you are looking for something similar to what has been done here -
>; if this is what you are looking do let me know.
> Cheers
> Avlesh
> @avlesh<>  |
> On Mon, Aug 2, 2010 at 8:09 PM, Bhavnik Gajjar<
>>  wrote:
>> Hi,
>> I'm looking for a solution related to auto complete feature for one
>> application.
>> Below is a list of texts from which auto complete results would be
>> populated.
>> Lorem ipsum dolor sit amet
>> tincidunt ut laoreet
>> dolore eu feugiat nulla facilisis at vero eros et
>> te feugait nulla facilisi
>> Claritas est etiam processus
>> anteposuerit litterarum formas humanitatis
>> fiant sollemnes in futurum
>> Hieyed ddi lorem ipsum dolor
>> test lorem ipsume
>> test xyz lorem ipslili
>> Consider below table. First column describes user entered value and
>> second column describes expected result (list of auto complete terms
>> that should be populated from Solr)
>> lorem
>>         *Lorem* ipsum dolor sit amet
>> Hieyed ddi *lorem* ipsum dolor
>> test *lorem *ipsume
>> test xyz *lorem *ipslili
>> lorem ip
>>         *Lorem ip*sum dolor sit amet
>> Hieyed ddi *lorem ip*sum dolor
>> test *lorem ip*sume
>> test xyz *lorem ip*slili
>> lorem ipsl
>>         test xyz *lorem ipsl*ili
>> Can anyone share ideas of how this can be achieved with Solr? Already
>> tried with various tokenizers and filter factories like,
>> WhiteSpaceTokenizer, KeywordTokenizer, EdgeNGramFilterFactory,
>> ShingleFilterFactory etc. but no luck so far..
>> Note that, It would be excellent if terms populated from Solr can be
>> highlighted by using Highlighting or any other component/mechanism of Solr.
>> *Note :* Standard autocomplete (like,
>> facet.field=AutoComplete&f.AutoComplete.facet.prefix=<user entered
>> term>&f.AutoComplete.facet.limit=10&facet.sort&rows=0) are already
>> working fine with the application. but, nowadays, looking for enhancing
>> the existing auto complete stuff with the above requirement.
>> Any thoughts?
>> Thanks in advance

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