- Product: Voyager
- Relevant for Installation Type: Multi-Tenant Direct, Dedicated-Direct, Local, TotalCare
How can I understand the INDEXRULES field in the SEARCHPARM table?
The indexrules field tells how each index in constructed. It has a maximum length of 300 characters.
Note the following are not necessarily comprehensive.
IX=A for authority indexes, B for bib indexes, C is for composite indexes, E is for name/title indexes, K for keyword indexes, N is for name indexes, Q for MFHD keyword indexes, S for special subject indexes, T for special title indexes, U for call number indexes (from MFHD).
Rule Definition Codes
AL= is a MARC field.
BT=bib text field.
SR= is used with a single, repeatable field and indicates that each occurrence should generate an index entry.
Define Search Parameters
S+= lists subfields that should be included in the index.
S-= lists subfields that should be excluded from the index.
NM= is the normalization rules (the most commonly used character string = (juapih)
NF tells the location of a non-filing indicator.
HL indicates a hard limit, i.e., a limit that is always in effect for this search key.
LN is the Text Length (you may or may not see this)
IDS=Y Appears at the end of the INDEXRULES if "Show Index Column in Search Results" is not checked in SysAdmin for the index
- Article last edited: 03-Jun-2021