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Each R*Tree index is a virtual table with an odd number of columns between 3 and 11.

/* IMP: R-16717-50504 */
# EVIDENCE-OF: R-16717-50504 Each R*Tree index is a virtual table with
# an odd number of columns between 3 and 11.

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The first column is always a 64-bit signed integer primary key.

/* IMP: R-46619-65417 */
# EVIDENCE-OF: R-46619-65417 The first column is always a 64-bit signed
# integer primary key.

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The other columns are pairs, one pair per dimension, containing the minimum and maximum values for that dimension, respectively.

/* IMP: R-64317-38978 */
# EVIDENCE-OF: R-64317-38978 The other columns are pairs, one pair per
# dimension, containing the minimum and maximum values for that
# dimension, respectively.

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A 1-dimensional R*Tree thus has 3 columns.

/* IMP: R-15060-13876 */
# EVIDENCE-OF: R-15060-13876 A 1-dimensional R*Tree thus has 3 columns.

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A 2-dimensional R*Tree has 5 columns.

/* IMP: R-19353-19546 */
# EVIDENCE-OF: R-19353-19546 A 2-dimensional R*Tree has 5 columns.

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A 3-dimensional R*Tree has 7 columns.

/* IMP: R-13615-19528 */
# EVIDENCE-OF: R-13615-19528 A 3-dimensional R*Tree has 7 columns.

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A 4-dimensional R*Tree has 9 columns.

/* IMP: R-53479-41922 */
# EVIDENCE-OF: R-53479-41922 A 4-dimensional R*Tree has 9 columns.

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And a 5-dimensional R*Tree has 11 columns.

/* IMP: R-13981-28768 */
# EVIDENCE-OF: R-13981-28768 And a 5-dimensional R*Tree has 11 columns.

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The SQLite R*Tree implementation does not support R*Trees wider than 5 dimensions.

/* IMP: R-61533-25862 */
# EVIDENCE-OF: R-61533-25862 The SQLite R*Tree implementation does not
# support R*Trees wider than 5 dimensions.

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The first column of an SQLite R*Tree is similar to an integer primary key column of a normal SQLite table.

/* IMP: R-17874-21123 */
# EVIDENCE-OF: R-17874-21123 The first column of an SQLite R*Tree is
# similar to an integer primary key column of a normal SQLite table.

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The min/max-value pair columns are stored as 32-bit floating point values for "rtree" virtual tables or as 32-bit signed integers in "rtree_i32" virtual tables.

/* IMP: R-08054-15429 */
# EVIDENCE-OF: R-08054-15429 The min/max-value pair columns are stored
# as 32-bit floating point values for "rtree" virtual tables or as
# 32-bit signed integers in "rtree_i32" virtual tables.

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Unlike regular SQLite tables which can store data in a variety of datatypes and formats, the R*Tree rigidly enforce these storage types.

/* IMP: R-47371-54529 */
# EVIDENCE-OF: R-47371-54529 Unlike regular SQLite tables which can
# store data in a variety of datatypes and formats, the R*Tree rigidly
# enforce these storage types.

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A new R*Tree index is created as follows:

CREATE VIRTUAL TABLE <name> USING rtree(<column-names>);

/* IMP: R-15142-18077 */
# EVIDENCE-OF: R-15142-18077 A new R*Tree index is created as follows:
# CREATE VIRTUAL TABLE <name> USING rtree(<column-names>);

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The virtual <name> table creates three "shadow" tables to actually store its content. The names of these shadow tables are:

<name>_node
<name>_rowid
<name>_parent

/* IMP: R-47229-44664 */
# EVIDENCE-OF: R-47229-44664 The virtual <name> table creates
# three "shadow" tables to actually store its content. The names of
# these shadow tables are: <name>_node <name>_rowid
# <name>_parent

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The shadow tables are ordinary SQLite data tables.

/* IMP: R-02287-33529 */
# EVIDENCE-OF: R-02287-33529 The shadow tables are ordinary SQLite data
# tables.

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And you can UPDATE, DELETE, INSERT or even DROP the shadow tables, though doing so will corrupt your R*Tree index.

/* IMP: R-05650-46070 */
# EVIDENCE-OF: R-05650-46070 And you can UPDATE, DELETE, INSERT or even
# DROP the shadow tables, though doing so will corrupt your R*Tree
# index.

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As an example, consider creating a two-dimensional R*Tree index for use in spatial queries:

CREATE VIRTUAL TABLE demo_index USING rtree(
   id,              -- Integer primary key
   minX, maxX,      -- Minimum and maximum X coordinate
   minY, maxY       -- Minimum and maximum Y coordinate
);

/* IMP: R-11241-54478 */
# EVIDENCE-OF: R-11241-54478 As an example, consider creating a
# two-dimensional R*Tree index for use in spatial queries: CREATE
# VIRTUAL TABLE demo_index USING rtree( id, -- Integer primary key minX,
# maxX, -- Minimum and maximum X coordinate minY, maxY -- Minimum and
# maximum Y coordinate );

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The usual INSERT, UPDATE, and DELETE commands work on an R*Tree index just like on regular tables.

/* IMP: R-36195-31555 */
# EVIDENCE-OF: R-36195-31555 The usual INSERT, UPDATE, and DELETE
# commands work on an R*Tree index just like on regular tables.

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So to insert some data into our sample R*Tree index, we can do something like this:

INSERT INTO demo_index VALUES(
    1,                   -- Primary key -- SQLite.org headquarters
    -80.7749, -80.7747,  -- Longitude range
    35.3776, 35.3778     -- Latitude range
);
INSERT INTO demo_index VALUES(
    2,                   -- NC 12th Congressional District in 2010
    -81.0, -79.6,
    35.0, 36.2
);

/* IMP: R-39992-63473 */
# EVIDENCE-OF: R-39992-63473 So to insert some data into our sample
# R*Tree index, we can do something like this: INSERT INTO demo_index
# VALUES( 1, -- Primary key -- SQLite.org headquarters -80.7749,
# -80.7747, -- Longitude range 35.3776, 35.3778 -- Latitude range );
# INSERT INTO demo_index VALUES( 2, -- NC 12th Congressional District in
# 2010 -81.0, -79.6, 35.0, 36.2 );

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Any valid query will work against an R*Tree index.

/* IMP: R-45880-07724 */
# EVIDENCE-OF: R-45880-07724 Any valid query will work against an R*Tree
# index.

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First, queries against the primary key are efficient:

SELECT * FROM demo_index WHERE id=1;

/* IMP: R-03031-24356 */
# EVIDENCE-OF: R-03031-24356 First, queries against the primary key are
# efficient: SELECT * FROM demo_index WHERE id=1;

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To find all elements of the index that are contained within the vicinity of Charlotte, North Carolina, one might do:

SELECT id FROM demo_index
 WHERE minX>=-81.08 AND maxX<=-80.58
   AND minY>=35.00  AND maxY<=35.44;

/* IMP: R-24884-23543 */
# EVIDENCE-OF: R-24884-23543 To find all elements of the index that are
# contained within the vicinity of Charlotte, North Carolina, one might
# do: SELECT id FROM demo_index WHERE minX>=-81.08 AND
# maxX<=-80.58 AND minY>=35.00 AND maxY<=35.44;

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The query above would very quickly locate the id of 1 even if the R*Tree contained millions of entries.

/* IMP: R-59621-62546 */
# EVIDENCE-OF: R-59621-62546 The query above would very quickly locate
# the id of 1 even if the R*Tree contained millions of entries.

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For example, to find all bounding boxes that overlap the Charlotte area:

SELECT id FROM demo_index
 WHERE maxX>=-81.08 AND minX<=-80.58
   AND maxY>=35.00  AND minY<=35.44;

/* IMP: R-29893-27796 */
# EVIDENCE-OF: R-29893-27796 For example, to find all bounding boxes
# that overlap the Charlotte area: SELECT id FROM demo_index WHERE
# maxX>=-81.08 AND minX<=-80.58 AND maxY>=35.00 AND
# minY<=35.44;

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This second query would find both entry 1 (the SQLite.org office) which is entirely contained within the query box and also the 12th Congressional District which extends well outside the query box but still overlaps the query box.

/* IMP: R-52283-25228 */
# EVIDENCE-OF: R-52283-25228 This second query would find both entry 1
# (the SQLite.org office) which is entirely contained within the query
# box and also the 12th Congressional District which extends well
# outside the query box but still overlaps the query box.

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Note that it is not necessary for all coordinates in an R*Tree index to be constrained in order for the index search to be efficient.

/* IMP: R-02723-34107 */
# EVIDENCE-OF: R-02723-34107 Note that it is not necessary for all
# coordinates in an R*Tree index to be constrained in order for the
# index search to be efficient.

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One might, for example, want to query all objects that overlap with the 35th parallel:

SELECT id FROM demo_index
 WHERE maxY>=35.0  AND minY<=35.0;

/* IMP: R-22490-27246 */
# EVIDENCE-OF: R-22490-27246 One might, for example, want to query all
# objects that overlap with the 35th parallel: SELECT id FROM demo_index
# WHERE maxY>=35.0 AND minY<=35.0;

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For the example above, one might create an auxiliary table as follows:

CREATE TABLE demo_data(
  id INTEGER PRIMARY KEY,  -- primary key
  objname TEXT,            -- name of the object
  objtype TEXT,            -- object type
  boundary BLOB            -- detailed boundary of object
);

/* IMP: R-21062-30088 */
# EVIDENCE-OF: R-21062-30088 For the example above, one might create an
# auxiliary table as follows: CREATE TABLE demo_data( id INTEGER PRIMARY
# KEY, -- primary key objname TEXT, -- name of the object objtype TEXT,
# -- object type boundary BLOB -- detailed boundary of object );

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Then an efficient way to find the name of all objects located within the North Carolina 12th District, one may be to run a query like this:

SELECT objname FROM demo_data, demo_index
 WHERE demo_data.id=demo_index.id
   AND contained_in(demo_data.boundary, :boundary)
   AND minX>=-81.0 AND maxX<=-79.6
   AND minY>=35.0 AND maxY>=36.2;

/* IMP: R-56985-05306 */
# EVIDENCE-OF: R-56985-05306 Then an efficient way to find the name of
# all objects located within the North Carolina 12th District, one may
# be to run a query like this: SELECT objname FROM demo_data, demo_index
# WHERE demo_data.id=demo_index.id AND contained_in(demo_data.boundary,
# :boundary) AND minX>=-81.0 AND maxX<=-79.6 AND minY>=35.0 AND
# maxY>=36.2;

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A call to one of the above APIs creates a new SQL function named by the second parameter (zQueryFunc or zGeom).

/* IMP: R-35254-48865 */
# EVIDENCE-OF: R-35254-48865 A call to one of the above APIs creates a
# new SQL function named by the second parameter (zQueryFunc or zGeom).

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When that SQL function appears on the right-hand side of the MATCH operator and the left-hand side of the MATCH operator is any column in the R*Tree virtual table, then the callback defined by the third argument (xQueryFunc or xGeom) is invoked to determine if a particular object or subtree overlaps the desired region.

/* IMP: R-59634-51678 */
# EVIDENCE-OF: R-59634-51678 When that SQL function appears on the
# right-hand side of the MATCH operator and the left-hand side of the
# MATCH operator is any column in the R*Tree virtual table, then the
# callback defined by the third argument (xQueryFunc or xGeom) is
# invoked to determine if a particular object or subtree overlaps the
# desired region.

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For example, a query like the following might be used to find all R*Tree entries that overlap with a circle centered a 45.3,22.9 with a radius of 5.0:

SELECT id FROM demo_index WHERE id MATCH circle(45.3, 22.9, 5.0)

/* IMP: R-61427-46983 */
# EVIDENCE-OF: R-61427-46983 For example, a query like the following
# might be used to find all R*Tree entries that overlap with a circle
# centered a 45.3,22.9 with a radius of 5.0: SELECT id FROM demo_index
# WHERE id MATCH circle(45.3, 22.9, 5.0)

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The SQL syntax for custom queries is the same regardless of which interface, sqlite3_rtree_geometry_callback() or sqlite3_rtree_query_callback(), is used to register the SQL function.

/* IMP: R-16907-50223 */
# EVIDENCE-OF: R-16907-50223 The SQL syntax for custom queries is the
# same regardless of which interface, sqlite3_rtree_geometry_callback()
# or sqlite3_rtree_query_callback(), is used to register the SQL
# function.

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The legacy xGeom callback is invoked with four arguments.

/* IMP: R-00693-36727 */
# EVIDENCE-OF: R-00693-36727 The legacy xGeom callback is invoked with
# four arguments.

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The first argument is a pointer to an sqlite3_rtree_geometry structure which provides information about how the SQL function was invoked.

/* IMP: R-50437-53270 */
# EVIDENCE-OF: R-50437-53270 The first argument is a pointer to an
# sqlite3_rtree_geometry structure which provides information about how
# the SQL function was invoked.

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The second argument is the number of coordinates in each r-tree entry, and is always the same for any given R*Tree.

/* IMP: R-02424-24769 */
# EVIDENCE-OF: R-02424-24769 The second argument is the number of
# coordinates in each r-tree entry, and is always the same for any given
# R*Tree.

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The number of coordinates is 2 for a 1-dimensional R*Tree, 4 for a 2-dimensional R*Tree, 6 for a 3-dimensional R*Tree, and so forth.

/* IMP: R-40260-16838 */
# EVIDENCE-OF: R-40260-16838 The number of coordinates is 2 for a
# 1-dimensional R*Tree, 4 for a 2-dimensional R*Tree, 6 for a
# 3-dimensional R*Tree, and so forth.

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The third argument, aCoord[], is an array of nCoord coordinates that defines a bounding box to be tested.

/* IMP: R-00090-24248 */
# EVIDENCE-OF: R-00090-24248 The third argument, aCoord[], is an array
# of nCoord coordinates that defines a bounding box to be tested.

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The last argument is a pointer into which the callback result should be written.

/* IMP: R-28207-40885 */
# EVIDENCE-OF: R-28207-40885 The last argument is a pointer into which
# the callback result should be written.

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If xGeom returns anything other than SQLITE_OK, then the r-tree query will abort with an error.

/* IMP: R-28051-48608 */
# EVIDENCE-OF: R-28051-48608 If xGeom returns anything other than
# SQLITE_OK, then the r-tree query will abort with an error.

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The exact same sqlite3_rtree_geometry structure is used for every callback for same MATCH operator in the same query.

/* IMP: R-53759-57366 */
# EVIDENCE-OF: R-53759-57366 The exact same sqlite3_rtree_geometry
# structure is used for every callback for same MATCH operator in the
# same query.

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The contents of the sqlite3_rtree_geometry structure are initialized by SQLite but are not subsequently modified.

/* IMP: R-60247-35692 */
# EVIDENCE-OF: R-60247-35692 The contents of the sqlite3_rtree_geometry
# structure are initialized by SQLite but are not subsequently modified.

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The pContext member of the sqlite3_rtree_geometry structure is always set to a copy of the pContext argument passed to sqlite3_rtree_geometry_callback() when the callback is registered.

/* IMP: R-31246-29731 */
# EVIDENCE-OF: R-31246-29731 The pContext member of the
# sqlite3_rtree_geometry structure is always set to a copy of the
# pContext argument passed to sqlite3_rtree_geometry_callback() when the
# callback is registered.

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The aParam[] array (size nParam) contains the parameter values passed to the SQL function on the right-hand side of the MATCH operator.

/* IMP: R-09904-19077 */
# EVIDENCE-OF: R-09904-19077 The aParam[] array (size nParam) contains
# the parameter values passed to the SQL function on the right-hand side
# of the MATCH operator.

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The pUser and xDelUser members of the sqlite3_rtree_geometry structure are initially set to NULL.

/* IMP: R-44448-00687 */
# EVIDENCE-OF: R-44448-00687 The pUser and xDelUser members of the
# sqlite3_rtree_geometry structure are initially set to NULL.

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The pUser variable may be set by the callback implementation to any arbitrary value that may be useful to subsequent invocations of the callback within the same query (for example, a pointer to a complicated data structure used to test for region intersection).

/* IMP: R-55837-00155 */
# EVIDENCE-OF: R-55837-00155 The pUser variable may be set by the
# callback implementation to any arbitrary value that may be useful to
# subsequent invocations of the callback within the same query (for
# example, a pointer to a complicated data structure used to test for
# region intersection).

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If the xDelUser variable is set to a non-NULL value, then after the query has finished running SQLite automatically invokes it with the value of the pUser variable as the only argument.

/* IMP: R-34745-08839 */
# EVIDENCE-OF: R-34745-08839 If the xDelUser variable is set to a
# non-NULL value, then after the query has finished running SQLite
# automatically invokes it with the value of the pUser variable as the
# only argument.

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The xGeom callback always does a depth-first search of the r-tree.

/* IMP: R-28176-28813 */
# EVIDENCE-OF: R-28176-28813 The xGeom callback always does a
# depth-first search of the r-tree.

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Smaller scores are processed first.

/* IMP: R-47257-47871 */
# EVIDENCE-OF: R-47257-47871 Smaller scores are processed first.

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The leaves have a level of 0.

/* IMP: R-19244-03478 */
# EVIDENCE-OF: R-19244-03478 The leaves have a level of 0.

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The mxLevel entry in the sqlite3_rtree_query_info structure is the level value for the root of the R*Tree.

/* IMP: R-26102-39000 */
# EVIDENCE-OF: R-26102-39000 The mxLevel entry in the
# sqlite3_rtree_query_info structure is the level value for the root of
# the R*Tree.

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Most R*Tree queries use a depth-first search. This is accomplished by setting the rScore equal to iLevel.

/* IMP: R-17759-10613 */
# EVIDENCE-OF: R-17759-10613 Most R*Tree queries use a depth-first
# search. This is accomplished by setting the rScore equal to iLevel.

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However, some application may prefer a breadth-first search, which can be accomplished by setting rScore to mxLevel-iLevel.

/* IMP: R-44638-50196 */
# EVIDENCE-OF: R-44638-50196 However, some application may prefer a
# breadth-first search, which can be accomplished by setting rScore to
# mxLevel-iLevel.

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The iRowid field is the rowid (the first of the 3 to 11 columns in the R*Tree) for the element being considered. iRowid is only valid for leaves.

/* IMP: R-33113-07215 */
# EVIDENCE-OF: R-33113-07215 The iRowid field is the rowid (the first of
# the 3 to 11 columns in the R*Tree) for the element being considered.
# iRowid is only valid for leaves.

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The eParentWithin and rParentScore values are copies of the eWithin and rScore values from the containing subtree of the current row.

/* IMP: R-21171-34919 */
# EVIDENCE-OF: R-21171-34919 The eParentWithin and rParentScore values
# are copies of the eWithin and rScore values from the containing
# subtree of the current row.

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The anQueue field is an array of mxLevel+1 unsigned integers that tell the current number of elements in the priority queue at each level.

/* IMP: R-38049-49177 */
# EVIDENCE-OF: R-38049-49177 The anQueue field is an array of mxLevel+1
# unsigned integers that tell the current number of elements in the
# priority queue at each level.

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The MATCH operator of a custom R*Tree query function must be a top-level AND-connected term of the WHERE clause, or else it will not be usable by the R*Tree query optimizer and the query will not be runnable.

th3/cov1/rtree04.test:242

/* IMP: R-09347-53396 */
# EVIDENCE-OF: R-09347-53396 The MATCH operator of a custom R*Tree query
# function must be a top-level AND-connected term of the WHERE clause,
# or else it will not be usable by the R*Tree query optimizer and the
# query will not be runnable.

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If the MATCH operator is connected to other terms of the WHERE clause via an OR operator, for example, the query will fail with an error.

th3/cov1/rtree04.test:238

/* IMP: R-23552-22587 */
# EVIDENCE-OF: R-23552-22587 If the MATCH operator is connected to other
# terms of the WHERE clause via an OR operator, for example, the query
# will fail with an error.

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Two or more MATCH operators are allowed in the same WHERE clause, as long as they are connected by AND operators.

th3/cov1/rtree04.test:228

/* IMP: R-06024-54164 */
# EVIDENCE-OF: R-06024-54164 Two or more MATCH operators are allowed in
# the same WHERE clause, as long as they are connected by AND operators.

R-48498-17552-64242-05980-09276-07161-21761-29741 tcl slt th3 src

The priority assigned to each node in the search is the lowest priority returned by any of the MATCH operators.

/* IMP: R-48498-17552 */
# EVIDENCE-OF: R-48498-17552 The priority assigned to each node in the
# search is the lowest priority returned by any of the MATCH operators.