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How can you boost the score for exact matches?
I have a quick question that hopefully has a simple (and positive) answer. I could not find anything helpful in the documentation. I am trying to move "exact matches" to the top of the search results, which are of course sorted by score. So I'm looking for a ways to boost the score for "exact matches". What do I mean by "exact matches"? I mean that the search terms/phrases match the entire indexed string and not just part of it. When searching for "embryogenesis", for instance, a document with the title "embryogenesis" should be considered an exact match, but a document titled "Environmental magnetic fields: influences on early embryogenesis" should not. However, I would still like to take advantage of Oracle Text's stemming, base letter conversion and whatnot, so a simple additional query for UPPER(title) = UPPER(query) is out of the question. Is there a way to adjust the score accordingly?
Any help is greatly appreciated. Thanks in advance.