If set to
true, enables the Terms Component. By default, the Terms Component is off (
Specifies the field from which to retrieve terms. This parameter is required if
Fetches the document frequency for a comma-delimited list of terms. Terms are always returned in index order. If
terms.ttf is set to true, also returns their total term frequency. If multiple
terms.fl are defined, these statistics will be returned for each term in each requested field.
Specifies the maximum number of terms to return. The default is
10. If the limit is set to a number less than 0, then no maximum limit is enforced. Although this is not required, either this parameter or
terms.upper must be defined.
Specifies the term at which to start. If not specified, the empty string is used, causing Solr to start at the beginning of the field.
If set to true, includes the lower-bound term (specified with
terms.lower in the result set.
Specifies the minimum document frequency to return in order for a term to be included in a query response. Results are inclusive of the mincount (that is, >= mincount).
Specifies the maximum document frequency a term must have in order to be included in a query response. The default setting is -1, which sets no upper bound. Results are inclusive of the maxcount (that is, <= maxcount).
Restricts matches to terms that begin with the specified string.
If set to true, returns the raw characters of the indexed term, regardless of whether it is human-readable. For instance, the indexed form of numeric numbers is not human-readable.
Restricts matches to terms that match the regular expression.
- Defines a Java regex flag to use when evaluating the regular expression defined with
terms.regex. See http://docs.oracle.com/javase/tutorial/essential/regex/pattern.html for details of each flag. Valid options are:
- Include index statistics in the results. Currently returns only the numDocs for a collection. When combined with
terms.list it provides enough information to compute inverse document frequency (IDF) for a list of terms.
Defines how to sort the terms returned. Valid options are
count, which sorts by the term frequency, with the highest term frequency first, or
index, which sorts in index order.
If set to true, returns both
df (docFreq) and
ttf (totalTermFreq) statistics for each requested term in
terms.list. In this case, the response format is:
Specifies the term to stop at. Although this parameter is not required, either this parameter or
terms.limit must be defined.
If set to true, the upper bound term is included in the result set. The default is false.