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From Ali Rouhi <rouhi....@gmail.com>
Subject Re: Why is Hits.java not Serializable?
Date Wed, 10 Aug 2005 19:43:00 GMT
Thanks for the quick answer!

Ali

On 8/10/05, Doug Cutting <cutting@apache.org> wrote:
> Ali Rouhi wrote:
> > I can think of  3 reasons why search methods returning Hits objects
> > are not exposed in Searchable:
> >
> > 1) Someone forgot to declare Hits Serializable
> > 2) There is a fundamental reason the forms of search which return Hits
> > objects cannot be called remotely, some non optimal form of search
> > will get called on the server(s) and I can't do anything about it. For
> > example "void search(Query query, Filter filter, HitCollector
> > results)" gets called.
> > 3) Under the hood everything takes care of itself. When I call the
> > "public Hits search(){...}" on the client, and use the Hits object to
> > retrieve the 100 most relevant or top sorting results, a non optimal
> > form of search does *not* get called on the server (maybe a form
> > returning "TopDocs" is called). In this case I'm worrying
> > unnecessarily!?
> 
> The correct answer is (3).  Try it and see!
> 
> Doug
> 
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