Re: No search results using Searcher

false))
suspect it not to work, too.

Jens

Now I constructed the queryparser using the same analyzer and it seems
that was indeed the problem. Thanks.

The reason why I’m using the regexp /./ is that I’m indexing Japanese
sites. I found a solution on this mailinglist to use a RegExpAnalyzer
using this regexp for asian characters.
It is working fine. Am I using it correctly or should I index Japanese
characters ?


Jeffrey G.

On Tue, Nov 07, 2006 at 12:36:18PM +0900, Jeffrey G. wrote:
[…]

Now I constructed the queryparser using the same analyzer and it seems
that was indeed the problem. Thanks.

The reason why I’m using the regexp /./ is that I’m indexing Japanese
sites. I found a solution on this mailinglist to use a RegExpAnalyzer
using this regexp for asian characters.
It is working fine. Am I using it correctly or should I index Japanese
characters ?

I don’t know anything about indexing japanese characters, so just ignore
me if it is working fine :wink:

Jens


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