Configurable search options

List of configured search index fields in OpenCms
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The integrated Lucene search function has been improved. Lucene search index fields generated from the OpenCms content are now fully configurable in each OpenCms installation.

It is possible to map property values of files or folders to Lucene search index fields as well as element values from structured contents or HTML pages.

This can be conveniently configured using the OpenCms Administration view or by editing the OpenCms configuration XML directly.

Searching in the new fields

Search in in the user defined field
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The newly defined search index fields can easily be searched by selecting them for example in the workplace search dialog.

Only resources matching the query in the XML element "Text[1]" will be displayed in the search result.

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