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term find a single Term is easy hello
"..." find a group of words "hello dolly"
? any single character (the ? can not be the 1st character of a search) te?t
* any multiple character (the * can not be the 1st character of a search) test*
OR match document if either of the terms exist "hello dolly" hello
"hello dolly" OR hello
AND match documents where both terms exists "hello dolly" AND "dolly lucy"
+ requires that the term after the "+" symbol exist +hello dolly
exclude documents that contain the term after the "-" symbol
exclude also supported with NOT or !
"hello dolly" -"dolly lucy"
"hello dolly" NOT "dolly lucy"
(...) use parentheses to form sub queries (hello OR dolly) AND website
fuzzy searchs to match terms similar in spelling roam
~n proximity search, within a distance expressed in number of words "hello dolly"~10
^n boost factor to increase importance in a search "hello dolly"^4 "dolly lucy"
\ escape special characters: + - && || ! ( ) { } [ ] ^ " * ? : \ \(1\+1\)\:2 to find (1+1):2

See also detailed Lucene Query Parser syntax
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« This particular version was published on 16-Nov-2005 21:22 by DirkFrederickx.