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Re: Creating a property oak index at the project level - Adobe Experience Manager 28-01-2019
It does generate the stats but says that no indexes are used, this is a traversal query.

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Re: Creating a property oak index at the project level - Adobe Experience Manager 28-01-2019
i am using select * from [nt:base] as a where isdescendantnode(a, '/content/project') and a.[email]='test@test.com'but it says

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Re: Creating a property oak index at the project level - Adobe Experience Manager 24-01-2019
Here is the index xml

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Re: Creating a property oak index at the project level - Adobe Experience Manager 24-01-2019
We have Lucene indexes at the same level and they are working fine. This one is a single property index.

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Creating a property oak index at the project level - Adobe Experience Manager 24-01-2019
Hello Everyone,I am trying to create a property index at the project level where the path would be content/project/oak:indexThe same index if kept in the default oak:index folder gets picked up for all the queries. But if i have it in the project folder it doesnt.Any idea why?Thank you so much!

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search suggestions select a different index than the one that gives results - Adobe Experience Manager 17-10-2018
Hello Everyone,We have three indexes with each indexing different properties and they are working perfectly for normal querying. But when i use suggest querySELECT [rep:suggest()] as suggestion FROM [nt:base] as s WHERE (ISDESCENDANTNODE(s,'/content/fai/us-products')) AND suggest('richard')It selects another index which doesnt give any results. (It selects faiLiteratureIndex rather than faiManagerIndex).Is there any way i can rank them? cost for [/content/fai/oak:index/faiLiteratureIndex] of typ...

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Re: Issue with an oak index using snonym filter - Adobe Experience Manager 16-10-2018
I am able to get the results back. I also had to add lowercase filter for it to work. Thank you so much Jörg Hoh​.

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Re: Issue with an oak index using snonym filter - Adobe Experience Manager 15-10-2018
Here is the JSON of the index"faiLiteratureIndex":{ "jcr:primaryType":"oak:QueryIndexDefinition", "compatVersion":2, "type":"lucene", "async":"async", "evaluatePathRestrictions":true, "reindex":true, "indexRules":{ "jcr:primaryType":"nt:unstructured", "nt:base":{ "jcr:primaryType":"nt:unstructured", "includePropertyTypes":"all", "properties":{ "jcr:primaryType":"nt:unstructured", "literatureTitle":{ "jcr:primaryType":"nt:unstructured", "ordered":true, "analyzed":true, "name":"literatureTitle" },...

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Re: Issue with an oak index using snonym filter - Adobe Experience Manager 15-10-2018
After i changed the node type, i had to add a tokenizer for the index to be reindexes. now i can re index but i am not getting any results back using this index.

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Re: Issue with an oak index using snonym filter - Adobe Experience Manager 15-10-2018
Nvm i had to delete the existing index for it to take the new node type. I will try adding the synonym now and see if it works and let you know.Thanks!

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