The contents of this field must be indexed, i.e. it must be possible to search against this field. This cannot be unticked, mandatory for this field type.
There is only one primary search field per index. In the default index, the content.analyzed field is the primary search field.
The settings made for the primary search field are those that will apply when indexing metadata that is set to be searchable as content on the page (metadata.analyzed.<metadata name>).
The Did you mean function bases its spelling suggestions on the content of the primary search field.
How the splitting/division into words should occur. Possible values are:
More information about Solr Analyzers, Tokerizers and Token Filters found here.
Whether synonyms should apply or not when searching against this field. (apply solr.SynonymFilterFactory-filter).
Whether the basic form/word stem should apply or not (apply solr.SnowballPorterFilterFactory-filter). If you tick this box, the search is done on the stem of the word. The visitor can then get a hit on another form/ending of the word (e.g. search for "cars" gives hit on "car").
Whether stop words should be ignored or not (apply solr.StopFilterFactory-filter)
Whether to clear all HTML elements or not (apply solr.HTMLStripCharFilterFactory).
Whether acronyms and apostrophes should be cleared or not (apply solr.StandardFilterFactory).
Whether uppercase should be converted to lowercase or not (apply solr.LowerCaseFilterFactory).
Maximum length of text that will be processed.
Used if search for synonyms for words is enabled.
The page published: