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From David Smiley <>
Subject Re: querying vs. highlighting: complete freedom?
Date Tue, 03 Apr 2018 20:50:57 GMT
On Tue, Apr 3, 2018 at 10:51 AM Arturas Mazeika <> wrote:

>  Similarly, there's the
> hl.qparser parameter, but the documentation of that parameter is not as
> rich (the documentation says, that the default value is lucene). I am
> wondering are there other alternatives available? In case you are referring
> to other components, can you add a reference to those?

I'll make these links to other part of the ref guide to make it easier to

> With respect to your question, why I'd like to use the analysis-chain for
> highlighting. That is a very good question: our end users cannot yet
> distinguish between highlighting capability of solr/information retrieval
> and search of the occurrences of the query terms in the documents. It is a
> rather difficult situation I am in. It is cool that there's a JIRA or two
> on the the load-balancing side.

No, I mean that there's a JIRA issue pertaining to exposing offsets from
highlighting output.  And I think there's a JIRA issue pertaining to being
able to post arbitrary text and highlight it.

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