Thanks for the link it is very useful.
From the link I could make out that if analyzer includes any one of the following then they are applied and any other elements specified under analyzer are not applied as they are not multi-term aware.
Right. But note two things:
1> the filters were made MultiTermAware based on "doing no harm".
When it comes to this kind of change, we wanted to be sure we
weren't messing things up. If you are certain that other filters would
be OK if they were MultiTermAware, let us know and we can make
2> you can define your own section of the analysis chain for multiterm and
put whatever you want in there (in schema.xml). The elements you
put there do _not_ have to be MultiTermAware. But if they produce
more than one token for any input tokens, your results will be
> Yes I am using Solr 3.6.
> Thanks for the link it is very useful.
> From the link I could make out that if analyzer includes any one of the
> following then they are applied and any other elements specified under
> analyzer are not applied as they are not multi-term aware.
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