Enter a field name here. The field name must be unique.
Do not use spaces, the (&) character, greater than character (>), less than character (<), or quotation marks ("). Do not use Swedish characters such as å,ä,ö either.
Select the field type from the list. E.g. solr.StrField, solr.TextField, solr.TrieDateField, solr.CollationField, solr.TrieLongField, solr.TrieFloatField or solr.BoolField. This shows the settings you can make for the solr.StrField type. There are different settings for each type but on this page you can read about the settings available for all types except solr.TextField, which has a lot of additional settings.
If the index specifies Priority hits , the primary key must be of the type solr.StrField!
How documents that have no value should be sorted in search results. You can select first or last.
Tick this box to set the boost factor for this field when indexing. This can increase/decrease the relevance of the document when searching if you get hits via this field (compared to documents where you get hits in other fields that have a different boost factor).
This function requires you to have a license for "Search Enterprise".
A resource tells you which value to try to index, e.g. a page's name or a specific metadata field in PDF files. Click on Add resource if you want to add a resource yourself.
The order of the resources is important! The resource that is initially suitable when the page/file/image is indexed is the one that will be used. Therefore, add the most "specific" resource first and then add more and more "general" resources.
If there is already another field that has that data, you can reuse it in this field as well. Select the field from the list.
If you check this box, the search is made against this field if you have not specified any other search field in the search module.
Key field that uniquely identifies a document in the search index. Can only be specified for certain field types.
The contents of this field must be indexed, i.e. it must be possible to search against this field.
Unless this is ticked, this value will not be displayed in the search result.
All documents in the index must have this value. A basic requirement of the Primary key field.
The field can have several different values in the same document (“Multi-valued”).
Here you can change the field type in the list. This page displays the settings for solr.StrField. All field types have different settings but solr.TrieFloatField, solr.TrieLongField, solr.CollationField, solr,trieDateField and solr.BoolField have variants of these settings. Field type solr.TextField however has many different settings.
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