First, if you’re using primitive types, there is no analysis so in that case the question is irrelevant.
If you’re using a text-based field, the only difference between single-valued and multi-valued fields for analyzed types (i.e. text fields) is the offset recorded between entries. For instance:
<field.>this is some text</field>
Multi valued with positionIncrementGap=100
With a positionIncrementGap of 1, there’d be no difference. So if you’re using text-based fields, just do the values one at a time.
Or this is an XY problem, you’re trying to solve some problem. If the above is irrelevant, what is that problem you’re tying to solve?
> On Dec 31, 2019, at 1:32 AM, Sidharth Negi <[hidden email]> wrote:
> Is there a way to analyze how multiple values in a multivalued field are
> being tokenized and processed during indexing?
> The "Analysis" page on the UI assumes that my multiple comma-separated
> values is a single value. It filters out the comma and acts as if it's a
> single value that I specified.
> Thanks in advance!