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trex search not working for not english documents

Hello, I've got a problem enabling full text search for russian documents

For enabling full text search for documents stored in kPro theese steps

were performed:

- creating rfc connection with TREX instance

- enabling Index Release and Classify in transaction skpr06 for document

area SRM

- marking LANGUAGE attribute in table SDOKCLPROP for custom PHIO class

Z780003P01 as obligatory

- creating index category and indexing stored documents in transaction

skpr07 for class Z780003P01

The indexing was performed successfully. Under the created index category

for class Z780003P01 it can be seen two indexed document classes

(transaction spkr07, button indexed documents) one with language marked E

(english) and one marked R (russian).

When trying to perform test search (transaction skpr07) and indicating

language as RU only documents in english can be searched. When trying

a search request in russian search engine allways shows 0 results (for

every request more than 2 characters). Small requests in russian (1-2

characters) show some results but they are hardly to be right.

Have you got some experience enabling full-text search for documents in language other than english?

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    Posted on Jun 29, 2010 at 09:46 AM

    Hi Arthur,

    for this you need to change the language while creating document class. First go to the document class for which you need to set Russian language , change the language if you have already created a document class for the perticular document type. Indexing as well as document class also need to change the laguage.

    I hope this will resolve the query.

    Regards,

    Ravindra

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