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# Properties for pass-through index name to Bib-1 use attribute
# Requires YAZ 2.1.49 or later.

# Identifiers for prefixes used in this file. (index.*)
set.cql		= info:srw/cql-context-set/1/cql-v1.1
set.pass	= http://indexdata.dk/yaz/cqlpass

# The default set when an index doesn't specify one: CQL Passthrough
set		= http://indexdata.dk/yaz/cqlpass

# The default index when none is specified by the query
index.cql.serverChoice			= 1=1016

index.pass.*				= 1=*

# Relation attributes are selected according to the CQL relation by
# looking up the "relation.<relation>" property:
#
relation.<				= 2=1
relation.le				= 2=2
relation.eq				= 2=3
relation.exact				= 2=3
relation.ge				= 2=4
relation.>				= 2=5
relation.<>				= 2=6

# These two are what Zebra uses -- may not work on other servers
relation.all				= 4=6
relation.any				= 4=105

# BIB-1 doesn't have a server choice relation, so we just make the
# choice here, and use equality (which is clearly correct).
relation.scr				= 2=3

# Relation modifiers.
#
relationModifier.relevant		= 2=102
relationModifier.fuzzy			= 5=103
	### truncation=regExpr-2 (5=103) in Zebra is "fuzzy matching"
relationModifier.stem			= 2=101
relationModifier.phonetic		= 2=100

# Non-standard extensions to provoke Zebra's inline sorting
relationModifier.sort			= 7=1
relationModifier.sort-desc		= 7=2
relationModifier.numeric		= 4=109

# Position attributes may be specified for anchored terms (those
# beginning with "^", which is stripped) and unanchored (those not
# beginning with "^").  This may change when we get a BIB-1 truncation
# attribute that says "do what CQL does".
#
position.first				= 3=1 6=1
	# "first in field"
position.any				= 3=3 6=1
	# "any position in field"
position.last				= 3=4 6=1
	# not a standard BIB-1 attribute
position.firstAndLast			= 3=3 6=3
	# search term is anchored to be complete field

# Structure attributes may be specified for individual relations; a
# default structure attribute my be specified by the pseudo-relation
# "*", to be used whenever a relation not listed here occurs.
#
structure.exact				= 4=108
	# string
structure.all				= 4=2
structure.any				= 4=2
structure.*				= 4=1
	# phrase

# Truncation attributes used to implement CQL wildcard patterns.  The
# simpler forms, left, right- and both-truncation will be used for the
# simplest patterns, so that we produce PQF queries that conform more
# closely to the Bath Profile.  However, when a more complex pattern
# such as "foo*bar" is used, we fall back on Z39.58-style masking.
#
truncation.right			= 5=1
truncation.left				= 5=2
truncation.both				= 5=3
truncation.none				= 5=100
truncation.regexp			= 5=102
truncation.z3958			= 5=104

# Finally, any additional attributes that should always be included
# with each term can be specified in the "always" property.
#
always					= 6=1
# 6=1: completeness = incomplete subfield