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From Alexandre Rafalovitch <>
Subject Re: first time user
Date Tue, 16 Dec 2014 05:12:18 GMT
Just test a manual example yourself. Much easier. I am pretty sure Solr
can't read your mind which particular semicolon is which use case.

Worse though, I can't remember how smart it is about quotes either.

Easier to test than to guess.

On 15/12/2014 7:28 pm, "onyourmark" <> wrote:

> Hi Alex, thank you for the response and information. In your opinion, data
> is
> stored in semicolon delimited files and some of the fields in the data are
> text and may on occasion have semicolons in them, will it be possible for
> solr to index the data properly by itself or will I have to use some
> outside
> scripting language like python to enclose all text with quotation marks?
> Thanks again.
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