Legend and explanations
Explanations and legends relating to the index documentation.
The terms used in the index documentation are borrowed from Apache Lucene.
|Stored||S||The content of the field is stored in the index and available in search results.|
|Compressed||Z||The content of the field is stored in the index using compressed format and might be available in search results.|
The content has been tokenized so that individual terms and phrases can be searched.
When a field is analyzed; facets for this field are made of individual terms.
The content has been indexed as it is; searches can only match the full content (prefix and fuzzy searches are possible also).
When a field is simply indexed (as opposed to analyzed), facets values use the entire field value.
|Int||N||The field is interpreted as a numeric field so that it can be stored and sorted efficiently.|
|Long||L||The field is interpreted as a numeric field so that it can be stored and sorted efficiently.|
The cardinality denotes the number instances if the field is supported by the kind of indexable item.
|1||If the field is supported, it is always available|
|0..1||?||If the field is supported, it might be available|
|0..N||*||If the field is supported, there might be multiple instances|
|1..N||+||If the field is supported, there is at least one instance|
For brevity, the documents use icons to denote the different kinds of indexable items.
|Microsoft Word document|
|PageSeeder document (PSML)|
|Any other type of document|
|Image (gif, bmp, png or jpeg)|