[Umlaut-general] Strange Search Result Using SFX4
rochkind at jhu.edu
Mon Nov 21 16:53:04 EST 2011
Weird. Umlaut's actually directly connecting to SFX MySQL db, using the
tables that SFX builds for A-Z searching, and executing SQL directly
against them, in order to do this kind of search. Apparently it's got a
bug in it, or is otherwise not doing this the same way SFX itself is.
Not sure if I'll have time to debug anytime soon, neck deep in trying to
create Umlaut 3.0 at present.
On 11/21/2011 4:12 PM, Scot Dalton wrote:
> Hi all,
> We have a case here of Umlaut searching for an SFX title and getting unexpected results (it's present at JHU as well).
> If we do a contains search for "The American Journal of Pathology", we get taken directly to "American journal of forensic medicine& pathology"
> If we do either an exact search or begins with search for "The American Journal of Pathology", we get taken directly to "The American Journal of Pathology"
> I would expect the first search to take the user to a search result page.
> Scot Dalton
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