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About Queries With Mixed OLT And Latin-1 Subjects (Doc ID 2356551.1)

Last updated on FEBRUARY 03, 2019

Applies to:

Oracle Commerce Guided Search / Oracle Commerce Experience Manager - Version 11.3 and later
Information in this document applies to any platform.

Goal

Qn1:How to Find Indexed Terms that are Unknown to OLT?
 
Qn2:Dgidx is run using 16 core hardware and "--thread 16" parameter
Would performance be better when specifying "--thread auto" at 11.3.1, more than specifying "--thread 16"?
 
Qn3:Even when ITEM_CODE contains a general word with half-width characters (for example: word123), as long as it doesn’t have a character which would be considered as a word boundary, it won’t be split?
(i.e. it will not be split into “word" and "123", correct?)
 
Qn4:When removing "-" and other punctuation from search_chars.xml, creating index as ITEM_CODE(example:A-123) in English:
We understand that it will be separated into "A" and "123", then it is indexed.
When there is no definition in search_chars.xml at all, what kind of characters・symbol divide the strings?
(example:"-",".", etc...)
 
Qn5:If OLT parse target (for example: ITEM_CODE) is only using half-width characters, does it consider any character that is neither alphanumeric nor a non-spacing mark to be a word boundary, similarly to Latin 1 parser?
 
Qn6:When OLT parse target is only using half-width characters, whichever I use Latin1/English or OLT/Japanese to create index, will it match the way that it is parsed in an OLT Japanese query string?
 

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