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Plugins : Analyzer Generators

To add a custom analyzer, one must implement the AbstractAnalyzerGenerator class and provide logic when your custom analyzer should be used.

public abstract class AbstractAnalyzerGenerator
{
	public abstract Analyzer GenerateAnalyzerForIndexing(string indexName, Document document, Analyzer previousAnalyzer);

	public abstract Analyzer GenerateAnalyzerForQuerying(string indexName, string query, Analyzer previousAnalyzer);
}

where:
* GenerateAnalyzerForIndexing returns an analyzer that will be used while performing indexing operation.
* GenerateAnalyzerForQuerying returns an analyzer that will be used while performing querying.

Example - Using different analyzer for specific index

public class CustomAnalyzerGenerator : AbstractAnalyzerGenerator
{
	private const string SpecificIndexName = "Specific/Index";

	public override Analyzer GenerateAnalyzerForIndexing(string indexName, Document document, Analyzer previousAnalyzer)
	{
		if (indexName == SpecificIndexName)
		{
			return new WhitespaceAnalyzer();
		}

		return previousAnalyzer;
	}

	public override Analyzer GenerateAnalyzerForQuerying(string indexName, string query, Analyzer previousAnalyzer)
	{
		if (indexName == SpecificIndexName)
		{
			return new WhitespaceAnalyzer();
		}

		return previousAnalyzer;
	}
}