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From Erik Hatcher <e...@ehatchersolutions.com>
Subject Re: RuntimeException: cannot determine sort type!
Date Wed, 16 Jun 2004 10:49:51 GMT

On Jun 16, 2004, at 5:33 AM, iouli.golovatyi@group.novartis.com wrote:
> Are you sure every document has a single "modified" indexed term?
>
> What do You call single? It's just one field, defined as keyword, but 
> it
> content can be the same, because it's a timestamp. Every doc has it, 
> this I
> garantee.

Single means a single term for the entire document and that there is 
not possibly two "modified" terms for a document.

> How  are you indexing it?
>
> I have a bulk file with entries like:
>
> FT¬20040219174432¬¬20040219/17/44/AUT_33957308¬Watch out for relative
> valuations performance¬FT¬11111111¬D:¬yyyyMM
> ...
> where 20040219174432 is "modified" field content
> and 20040219/17/44/AUT_33957308 relative pathname of document to be 
> indexed
>
> I use 1.4-rc3

But how about some code?  Folks, please help us volunteers that love to 
field questions by posting *code*.  Field.Keyword?    Or Field.Text?  
Or...????  Full line of code too... not just some partial snippet of a 
line.  Your modified there doesn't look like a java.util.Date.

	Erik


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