IndexNumbers1TruncateLength

The maximum length (in number of characters) that a purely numeric term can be. Purely numeric terms that are longer than this value are truncated.

For example, if you set IndexNumbers1TruncateLength to 5, the term 1234567890 is truncated to 12345, and the term 12345 is indexed. A query for the term 1234567890 returns documents that contain the term 12345.

NOTE:

If you set the value of IndexNumbers1TruncateLength to be higher than the value of TermSize, the TermSize restriction takes precedence.

Type: Long
Default: 0
Required: No
Configuration Section: Server
Example: IndexNumbers1TruncateLength=4
See Also: IndexNumbers
IndexNumbers2TruncateLength
TermSize

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