serera at gmail
Dec 30, 2011, 8:26 PM
Post #3 of 6
For the record, I've tried to answer his question a couple of times to this
Re: what will be the facet query for the sql query
[In reply to]
mailing list, but kept receiving "rejections" cause the mail server thought
my response was spam. I gave up and answered him privately. This is the
second time that it happens to me -- I try to answer emails related to
Lucene facets module, and the mail server thinks they are spam messages
because they contain some words (which I cannot repeat, otherwise this
message will be considered spam too).
On Fri, Dec 30, 2011 at 11:36 PM, Chris Hostetter
<hossman_lucene [at] fucit>wrote:
> : Subject: what will be the facet query for the sql query
> your question doesn't really seem to make sense, largely because you've
> given us a really trivial hypothetical example of a SQL query, and asked
> how to do it with faceting, but you haven't explained anything baout how
> your (hypothetical) Solr/Lucene index is organized to model this
> (hypothetical) data.
> Off the cuff, if each row in this table is a document, you don't need
> faceting, you just need to like q=a:1 and you will back both rows
> containing 25, and 63.
> If this isn't the type of answer you are looking for, please ask a more
> detailed question.
> I would also suggest you ask it on a more targeted list: if you are
> using solr, ask on the solr-user [at] lucen list. if you are using lucene
> directly via the low level java classes, please ask on the
> java-user [at] lucen list.