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  2. CONFSERVER-11577

Store pre-lowercased content titles for more efficient lookup

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      Most databases do not index varchar() fields in a way that is friendly to case-insensitive lookups. There are per-database solutions to this (function indexes in Oracle, generated columns in DB2, etc), but no easy general solution. Since one of the most frequent lookups we do is matched against the lower(title) column of the CONTENT table, we should store a pre-lowercased value of content titles in the database and look up against that instead.

      (see CONF-10030)

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