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Metafields
Metafields are fields that IDOL server creates for documents at index time to display information about the documents when they are returned as results for a query. Some document metafields are always displayed when IDOL server returns this document as a query result. You can display all document metafields by adding XMLMeta=true to your query.
These metafields are displayed for results:
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<autn:baseid>. If the document has multiple sections, this is the ID of the document’s first section. If the document is not sectioned, this is the same as the document ID.
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<autn:content>. The document’s text content.
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<autn:database>. The IDOL server database in which the document is stored.
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<autn:date>. The date (in epoch seconds) the document was created. This date is read from the field that has been identified by the DateType parameter in the IDOL server configuration file. If no field has been identified, the date the document was indexed is used instead.
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<autn:expiredate>. The date (in epoch seconds) the document expires. This date is read from the field that has been identified by the ExpireDateType parameter in the IDOL server configuration file. If you have set an offset in the ExpireAfterDelay parameter, the <autn:expiredate> field includes this offset to calculate the expiry date. When a document expires it is deleted from IDOL server or moved to a different database (depending on what ExpireIntoDatabase has been set to in the IDOL server configuration file).
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<autn:id>. The document ID. This ID is assigned to the document at index time. If IDOL server is compacted, the IDs of documents change.
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<autn:language>, <autn:languageencoding>, <autn:languagetype>. The language, encoding and language type associated with the document. The language type is read from the field that has been identified by the LanguageType parameter in the IDOL server configuration file. The language and encoding of the document are read from the Language and Encoding parameters set for this language type in the configuration file.
If no field from which the language type can be read has been identified, the DefaultLanguageType that has been set in the configuration file is used instead, unless Automatic Language Detection is enabled, or the document has been submitted to IDOL server with an index command that sets a specific language type for the document.
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<autn:links>. A list of stemmed terms that are contained both in the query and in the result document.
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<autn:reference>. The document reference. This is read from the field that has been identified by the ReferenceType parameter in the IDOL server configuration file. If no field has been identified, IDOL server automatically generates a reference for the document at index time.
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<autn:section>. The number of sections the document has been split up into at index time. The first section is section 0.
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<autn:title>. The document title. This is read from the field that has been identified by the TitleType parameter in the IDOL server configuration file. If no field has been identified, the document is not given a title.
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<autn:weight>. The percentage relevance that the document has to the query.