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[Bug 3938] [FT] Section 4.1: Attribute and other non-element node tokenization

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Date: Mon, 18 Dec 2006 20:40:51 +0000
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------- Comment #1 from doerre@de.ibm.com  2006-12-18 20:40 -------
The whole constraint will be dropped as decided in meeting 131, since it is
wrong. Of course, attribute values, PIs and comments need to be tokenized, when
queries on those node types are going to be supported, which is the normal
case. Moreover, when those nodes are tokenized, e.g. during indexing documents,
we typically do not know what queries we have to answer. Therefore, we should
simply drop this statement about nodes not being tokenized.
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