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I am indexing from first from the database and then the filesystem (JPS and PDF) with no boosting for any of them. Using StandaradAnalyzer

Indexng is done on title, keywords and body and all are fields types.

while searching i am boosting title ^2 + keywords + body

In the log files i could see first database is indexed and then the jsps

But when i search with exact match search term as in the title ,

1. the jsp's comes first if the jsps has that in the title and then the database results.
2. The term frequency is also not consistent

I tried boosting database values but still no difference.

Is there way we could have first database values if the word in the title exists. And later it should depend on term frequency.


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