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From "George Aroush" <>
Subject RE: Need some help understanding what the "StandardAnalyzer" is doing here ...
Date Mon, 06 Nov 2006 15:20:36 GMT
Hi Andy,

What's happening here is the data getting analyzed and tokenized.  You need
to stop that from happening on this field.  There are two solution that come
to mind which Lucene.Net offers, use per-field analyzer and tokenizer, or
(this is easier) store the field as non-tokenized.


-- George Aroush

-----Original Message-----
From: Andy Berryman [] 
Sent: Monday, November 06, 2006 8:38 AM
Subject: Need some help understanding what the "StandardAnalyzer" is doing
here ...

I have an index with a Field named "SKU" which is a "Text" type.  I'm using
the "StandardAnalyzer" for indexing and searching.  I'm using "Luke" ( to do some testing for this problem
and to allow me to see how Lucene is parsing the query etc.  If I provide
the search expression as ... *SKU:andyb-test-item-001* ... Lucene is parsing
that to ... *SKU:"andyb test item-001"*.  Soo my question is ... Why are the
dashes between "andyb", "test", and "item" being removed but not the one
between "item" and "001"?


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