and I should also ask, which RankScheme are you using?
Tac Tacelosky wrote on 2/3/05 2:33 PM:
> We're indexing about 130 XML files, varying from tiny to huge. They
> basically consists of products with a title and description, and they're all
> merged into one giant index (for speed) at the end. I'd really like the
> results to be heavily biased if the search term is in the title. My config
> file is set to
> MetaNamesRank +9 name
> MetaNamesRank -7 description
> My top result is a long description that has variations of those two words
> (several times, unfortunately, and in a completely unrelated way, far from
> each other). What I'm trying to do is either tweak the config, or tweak the
> query, so that a single match in the title outweighs multiple matches in the
> description. Big bonus would be when the words showed up as a phrase, to
> have higher ranking, but not restricted to that. I had thought about a
> query like (title:"graphic OR design") OR (description:"graphic design"),
> but that's not even right.
> So, I guess I'm wondering if adjusting the IgnoreTotalWordCountWhenRanking
> to no will make it so that one or two words of a 5 word title will be ranked
> much higher than 8 words of a 100-word description. Or...?
> I realize that MetaNamesRank in merged files is still considered
> "experimental", too.
Peter Karman . http://peknet.com/ . peter(at)not-real.peknet.com
Received on Thu Feb 3 12:59:27 2005