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From Gregory Block <gbl...@ctoforaday.com>
Subject Re: handling indexing failure
Date Fri, 13 Jan 2006 17:42:11 GMT
As a sidenote, I thought I'd drop a note to mention that we might  
have very similar problems - though it seems in different environments.

Is this filter for performing the date transforms for doing date- 
based searching, by chance?  For range-on-range searching?

On 12 Jan 2006, at 17:00, Brian Moseley wrote:

> On 1/12/06, Marcel Reutegger <marcel.reutegger@gmx.net> wrote:
>> filters are allowed to throw a RepositoryException, those are only
>> logged and will not harm index integrity. and yes, I think this  
>> should
>> stay as it is.
>> unchecked exceptions or even errors are a different story and need  
>> to be
>> handled. this is currently not the case.
>> if errors were handled properly with a transaction rollback, text  
>> filter
>> developers will be able to abuse this and throw an unchecked  
>> exception,
>> which would then trigger a rollback of the transaction. so, in the  
>> end
>> you will still get vetoable text filters ;)
>> but that needs more thinking how this is handled deep inside  
>> jackrabbit.
> i fully agree and look forward to eventual resolution of JCR-299. i'd
> like to see that happen for 1.0, but as i'm not qualified to make the
> change myself, i won't press the issue ;)
> until then, this virtual property strategy feels fragile and makes me
> a bit nervous, but it'll do for now. thanks marcel!

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