I have a wiki site called "Peter Pan"
I include a page alias
Now I search for "Miki"
Result: Found "Miki" in 0 pages.
That's not what I found in the docs. There it says that the search is supported since tiki4
How can I solve that problem?
After confirming same issue in a trunk show instance also, I renamed bug to 'Unified Search Engine MFTS fails for any content' (from 'Page alias not found by search'), and increased the importance to "9". Thanks agian hans for submitting this bug report in the first instance.
Changing the Unified search engine to Lucene seems to avoid the issue
So the problem might be specific of the MySQL Full Text Search type of engine, at the Advanced search.
Issue confirmed in a 12.x instance here:
Using "Advanced search > Unified search index > Unified Search Engine: Mysql Full Text Search" (MFTS)
The issue was also when searching real page content (not just alias).
Searching for "Foobar" (present in page "New Page"):
Once I switched to Lucene implementation, search worked again. Changed that here (admin wizard):
If it doesn't work for you, ensure that the Lucene engine is selected in the show.t.o instance.
Tagged as "Blocker" since this is the search engine used by default, and advanced search engine is the one we recommend for new sites, etc.
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