The problem is, we have a multi-valued crawled property (Managed Metadata type) which we are mapping to a managed property.
The managed property has been created, setting
MergeCrawledProperties to false.
On the page
http://technet.microsoft.com/en-us/library/ff393811.aspx , it states that if MergeCrawledProperties is not set, only the first element is stored in the managed property. We are seeing this behaviour in our environment.
That is causing an issue with refinement results based on this managed property, because it is not including the second element as a result.
For example, if we crawl the following content:
Refinement results look like this:
Property 1 RefinementCount = 2
Property 2 RefinementCount = 1
Ideally we would like to see Property 2’s RefinementCount = 3 to accurately reflect our source data.
We also tried setting MergeCrawledProperties
to true , however this merges results together.
For example, with our scenario above, refi
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