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So you have problems with F, L, M and N? And you have columns F_Name, L_Name and M_Name? There's a pattern there.1 person found this helpful
The problem is that MULTI_COLUMN_DATASTORE adds the column names as xml-like tags around each column's data. Unless you specify a section group, then these tags will be indexed as plain text (and the underscore, by default, is a break character so "Name" will be a token).
I think if you specify BASIC_SECTION_GROUP or HTML_SECTION_GROUP then the tags will not be indexed. Alternatively, you can set the attribute DELIMITER to 'NEWLINE' in the MULTI_COLUMN_DATASTORE, and it will not insert tags around the sections.
Edited by: Roger Ford on Mar 9, 2013 2:30 PM
Thanks Roger. I added this to the ctx_ddl definition and now it works fine:
ctx_ddl.set_attribute('epg_name_multi', 'delimiter', 'NEWLINE');
Never would have guessed that the column name made a difference. :)