[3:46 PM] LY: @here, quick question: what happen if I search like meta_name="abc, def-xyz" ? and there is really an indexed document with meta name = "abc, def-xyz"
[3:47 PM] LB: it needs to be turned into a query operator
[3:47 PM] LB: if you have done it
[3:47 PM] LB: change search.html to search.json
[3:47 PM] LB: and find the queryAsProcessed
[3:49 PM] LY: the queryAsProcessed is changed to abc def xyz
[3:49 PM] LB: a little surpsised it is not
[3:49 PM] LB:
"abc def xyz"
[3:50 PM] LY: it is, sorry missing the quotation ;p
[3:50 PM] LB: a phrase query def must be after abc, xyz must be after def
[3:50 PM] LB: ah so it is
[3:50 PM] LB: yeah the QP will strip the weird chars
[3:50 PM] LY: is there any way we can search the result of name = "abc, def-xyz"?
[3:51 PM] LY: we cannot escape the comma, right?
[3:52 PM] LY: now we have a ticket, client wants to search a document with title contains, - [ ] ?
[3:52 PM] LB: thats not going to happen
[3:52 PM] LY: ok, thanks @LB
[3:53 PM] PL: It shouldn't matter in practice because Funnelback makes those optimisations to the query to speed things up and punctuation is stripped. Having the punctuation in there doesn't add anything useful
[3:55 PM] LY: yup, agree