The MAXIMUM TERM LENGTH setting is used differently depending on the term breaker algorithm.
The value of MAXIMUM TERM LENGTH must be less than or equal to 60. If you set it lower than the MINIMUM TERM LENGTH, then MINIMUM TERM LENGTH is automatically adjusted to be equal to MAXIMUM TERM LENGTH.
If not defined, the default for MAXIMUM TERM LENGTH is taken from the setting in the default text configuration object, which is typically 20.
The following table explains the impact that the value of MAXIMUM TERM LENGTH has on text indexing and on how query strings are handled:
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