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Lucene example source code file (TermsFilterQuery.xml)

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The Lucene TermsFilterQuery.xml source code

<?xml version="1.0" encoding="UTF-8"?>
<FilteredQuery>
	<Query>
		<BooleanQuery fieldName="contents">
			<Clause occurs="should">
				<TermQuery>merger
			</Clause>
			<Clause occurs="must">
				<TermQuery>bank 
			</Clause>
		</BooleanQuery>	
	</Query>
	<Filter>
		<!-- TermsFilter uses an analyzer to tokenize Field text and creates a filter for docs which 
			have ANY of the supplied terms. Unlike a RangeFilter this can be used for filtering on 
			multiple terms that are not necessarily in a sequence. An example might be a list of primary
			keys from a database query result or perhaps a choice of "category" labels picked by the end 
			user.
			As a filter, this is much faster than the equivalent query (a BooleanQuery with many 
			"should" TermQueries)
			
			This example might be just a list of Saturdays ie not a contiguous range of values
			which can be handled by rangefilter
		-->
		<TermsFilter fieldName="date">			
			19870601 19870608 19870615
		</TermsFilter> 
	</Filter>
	
</FilteredQuery>

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