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From "Granroth, Neal V." <>
Subject RE: Re:Re: 回复:Re:回复:What's_the_purpose:Lucene_document_field_index_but_not_store?
Date Mon, 01 Oct 2012 16:42:08 GMT
The purpose of [ Store.YES, Index.NO ] is to allow one to associate information with a document
without the waste of indexing that additional information in situations where that information
will never be used as serach criteria.
For example, in one of my applications I index the content of a properiatary library.  The
records in that library are always accessed by a positional index value.  As these positional
index values are of no use to the end-user of the application, but are needed internally to
retrieve the original library document, I associate the positional index with the Lucene document
as [ Store.YES, Index.NO ].
- Neal

From: 娄建文 []
Sent: Monday, October 01, 2012 6:34 AM
Subject: Re:Re: 回复:Re:回复:What's_the_purpose:Lucene_document_field_index_but_not_store?

The question is that I used:
Field f = new Field("notindex","value",Store.YES,Index.NO);
and then use luke to view those index,and no field value can is there,but the field's value
is stored just not index_analyzed when construct the field.

Hope i am clear my question.

At 2012-10-01 15:34:44,Upayavira <> wrote:

>Did that answer your question? :-)


>In case it didn't, *analysis* breaks down your field into multiple

>tokens. If you don't analyse, (i.e. Index.NOT_ANALYZED) you index your

>field as a single token. With Index.NO you don't even index, you just

>store the field so its value can be returned in search results.


>But maybe that has all been said already :-)




>On Sat, Sep 29, 2012, at 08:27 AM, wrote:

>> 没有被解析的字段值,被保存,作为单一的Term。

>> 所以使用TermQuery,以值构造new Term。



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>> 日期:2012年09月29日 15点24分


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