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Status Not under consideration
Created by Guest
Created on Oct 1, 2018

Sorting IGC searches

Sorting IGC searches

Currently the result of IGC searches is displayed in the following order: By type of asset, then by type of search then by alphabetical order without prioritization according to the number of words found in a result.
We want the result set of an IGC search to be sorted differently; in the following order:
1. Results that match exactly (Exact match)
2. The results that begin with the entire chain searched and sorted alphabetically (start with).
3. The results that contain the entire search string and sorted alphabetically (Contains).
4. All other results sorted by:
1st: descending order of the number of words found, then in alphabetical order.
2nd: by rank of the field found
3rd: in alphabetical order

Our main problem is that the current sort does not take into account the relevance on the number of found word.

See ticket TS001278032