How to Perform Fuzzy-Matching with Mongo Connector and Elastic Search

Posted by: The MongoDB NoSQL Database Blog, on 26 Aug 2014 | View original | Bookmarked: 0 time(s)

By Luke Lovett, Python Engineer at MongoDBIntroductionSuppose youre running MongoDB. Great! Now you can find exact matches to all the queries you can throw at the database. Now, imagine that youre also building a text-search feature into your application. It has to draw words out of misspelled noise, and results may match on synonyms, too! For this daunting task youve chosen to use one of the Lucene-based projects, Elasticsearch or Solr. But now you have a problem— How will this tool search...

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