- August 10, 2017 at 9:55 pm #14219
I am having problems with a multi-site search. If you search for “Immunization requirements” a post with both of those words in the title comes up on page 3. Here’s the post: https://www.philasd.org/blog/2017/08/03/immunization-requirements-have-changed/
The results are here: https://www.philasd.org/?s=immunization+requirements&asp_active=1&p_asid=2&p_asp_data=Y3VycmVudF9wYWdlX2lkPTIyNzMmcXRyYW5zbGF0ZV9sYW5nPTAmYXNwX2dlbiU1QiU1RD10aXRsZSZhc3BfZ2VuJTVCJTVEPWNvbnRlbnQmYXNwX2dlbiU1QiU1RD1leGNlcnB0JmN1c3RvbXNldCU1QiU1RD1zZHBfbGlzdCZjdXN0b21zZXQlNUIlNUQ9cG9zdCZjdXN0b21zZXQlNUIlNUQ9cGFnZQ==
Just curious what sort of settings I should be using to get the best results. We are searching the titles of attachments as well.
BethAugust 11, 2017 at 9:39 pm #14250
There are a few things you can try:
1. Enabling exact matches: https://i.imgur.com/sGj1QYN.png
This will look for the exactly entered search phrase along the text (word boundaries not included though)
2. Trying a more strict primary logic, maybe ‘AND’ or ‘AND with exact keyword matching’: https://i.imgur.com/L01ZMsX.png
Keep in mind, that in this case, the exact matches option has to be disabled.
3. In addition to option 2, the index table can provide a more relevant results order. Information about it’s configuration and usage can be found here: Index table
I believe some experimenting with these options may get a more relevant result set for you.Best,
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