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From "Igor Bondarenko" <jetm...@users.sf.net>
Subject [allura:tickets] Re: #4019 Add an easy way to filter ticket queries by open/closed without knowing Solr syntax
Date Mon, 23 Dec 2013 08:27:46 GMT
> if this is using solr facets, will that make it challenging later to extend this to custom
fields? 

I think it should be pretty straightforward, since Allura adds custom fields to solr index
already, and we can easily make facets queries for them.

> And are we compounding complexity by adding filtering to both solr & mongo views?


A little bit. And it's somewhat obscure for users, I think. If you enable a filter in such
a view, some tickets, which match that filter, but not indexed yet, will disappear.

> Few things I noticed so far: after you filter down on a facet, you don't have any way
to change the values for that facet (or clear them).

If you uncheck a checkbox for corresponding facet and re-submit, then you will get back all
the other values in options. 

This is because the way we query solr (one query to both filter and get facets counts). 

 I think it would be better if we update filtering results via ajax whenever user changes
filter, but it more work and maybe we can get to that later.

> Also when on a milestone view, the facet choices for status aren't correct (at least
on my test project).

Hmm, could you specify how exactly?  Are you sure that all tickets have been indexed?


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** [tickets:#4019] Add an easy way to filter ticket queries by open/closed without knowing
Solr syntax**

**Status:** code-review
**Labels:** 42cc 
**Created:** Fri Apr 06, 2012 01:04 PM UTC by Patrick Lenz
**Last Updated:** Fri Dec 20, 2013 10:09 PM UTC
**Owner:** nobody

If you search from the "Search Tickets" form in the upper left and get an overwhelming number
of results, it often times helps to just weed out either open or closed tickets (depending
what you're looking for). I'd love a way to just add that filter with a click instead of redoing
the search all over remembering the appropriate Solr syntax and whether or not I need to add
`&&`.


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