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From colinc <colinmcass...@yahoo.co.uk>
Subject Meaning of multiple index types
Date Thu, 09 Jun 2016 07:54:52 GMT
When configuring a cache for use with SqlFieldsQuery, it is necessary to call
setIndexedTypes(). The below example from the documentation defines 3 types
to index:

  MyKey.class, MyValue.class,
  Long.class, MyOtherValue.class,
  UUID.class, String.class

If an individual cache can only be used to store objects of one type e.g.
MyValue, then what is the meaning of specifying 3 pairs of types in this
case? It seems possible to write a query for any of the indexed types but it
is only possible to put one type of object in the cache - so querying the
other types returns nothing.

I'm interested in this in case it allows me to index and query across a
graph of objects. For example if the MyValue class has a collection of
MyOtherValue objects, then would it be possible to index and query both
objects in the same cache? Or is it only ever possible to query main cache


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