MatchEncoding

By default, the Query action returns results that use the same LANGUAGE as the LANGUAGETYPE of the query (which you specify with the LanguageType parameter or the DefaultLanguageType configuration parameter), regardless of the original encoding. To restrict the results to only those that were originally in a particular encoding or encodings, set MatchEncoding to a list of these encodings.

Separate multiple encodings with commas or plus symbols. There must be no space before or after a comma or plus symbol.

NOTE:

If you specify MatchEncoding you cannot also specify MatchLanguageType or MatchLanguage.

Click a language to display the available encodings. Alternatively, if you know the standard encoding, you can use the second table to find the IDOL encoding name for this parameter. For each language, you can also set the Encodings parameters to UTF8 or UCS2.

Acehnese Galician Luxembourgish Slovenian
Afrikaans Georgian Macedonian Somali
Albanian German Malagasy Sorbian
Amharic Gilaki Malay Spanish
Arabic Greek Malayalam Sranan
Armenian Greenlandic Maltese Sundanese
Azeri Guarani Manipuri Swahili
Basque Gujarati Maori Swedish
Belorussian Haitian Marathi Syriac
Bengali Hausa Mazandarani Tagalog
Berber Hawaiian Mirandese Tahitian
Bihari Hebrew Mongolian Tajik
Bikol Hindi Nahuatl Tamil
Bishnupriya Hungarian Navajo Tatar
Bosnian Icelandic Ndebele Telugu
Breton Igbo Nepali Tetum
Bulgarian Ilokano Newari Thai
Burmese Indonesian Norwegian Tibetan
Catalan Italian Oriya Tokpisin
Cebuano Japanese Ossetian Tongan
Cherokee Javanese Panjabi Tsonga
Chinese Traditional Kalmyk Papiamentu Tswana
Chinese Simplified Kannada Persian Turkish
Chuvash Kapampangan Polish Turkmen
Croatian Kazakh Portuguese Ukrainian
Czech Khmer Pushto Urdu
Danish Kikongo Quechua Uyghur
Divehi Kinyarwanda Rhaeto-Romance Uzbek
Dutch Kirundi Romanian Valencian
English Komi Russian Venda
Erzya Korean Sakha Vietnamese
Esperanto Kurdish Sami Waraywaray
Estonian Kyrgyz Sanskrit Welsh
Ethiopic Lao Serbian Wolof
Faroese Lappish Sesotho Xhosa
Finnish Latin Sesotho sa Leboa Yiddish
French Latvian Singhalese Yoruba
Frisian Lingala Siswant Zulu
Gaelic Lithuanian Slovak  

If you know the standard encoding, you can use the following table to find the IDOL encoding name for this parameter.

Encoding Encoding parameter to use
Big-5 CHINESETRADITIONAL
EUC EUC
gb2312 CHINESESIMPLIFIED
iso-8859-2 EASTERNEUROPEAN_ISO
iso-8859-4 NORTHERNEUROPEAN_ISO
iso-8859-5 CYRILLIC_ISO
iso-8859-6 ARABIC_ISO
iso-8859-7 GREEK_ISO
iso-8859-8 HEBREW_ISO
iso-8859-9 TURKISH
iso-8859-11 THAI
JIS JIS
KOI8-R CYRILLIC_KOI8
KS C 5601-1987 KOREAN
KS C 5601-1992 KOREAN
Shift-JIS SHIFTJIS
UTF-8 UTF8
windows-CP1250 EASTERNEUROPEAN
windows-CP1251 CYRILLIC
windows-CP1252 ASCII
windows-CP1253 GREEK
windows-CP1254 TURKISH
windows-CP1255 HEBREW
windows-CP1256 ARABIC
windows-CP1257 NORTHERNEUROPEAN
windows-CP1258 VIETNAMESE
windows-CP874 THAI
Actions: List
Query
Suggest
SuggestOnText
GetQueryTagValues
Type: String
Default:  
Example: MatchEncoding=CHINESESIMPLIFIED+KOREAN
See Also: Encodings configuration parameter
LanguageType
MatchLanguage
MatchLanguageType

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