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From "Chris Lu" <chris...@gmail.com>
Subject Re: query analysis
Date Fri, 14 Apr 2006 15:41:49 GMT
tried MultiFieldQueryParser?

Chris Lu
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On 4/14/06, karl wettin <kalle@snigel.net> wrote:
> Hello list,
>
> I want to know if a human written query passed through the
> QueryParser is "clean" from fields, boolean clauses and query
> indicators. Easy way out would of course to add a boolean that resets
> at ReInit(), but maybe there is a smart way to do it. Perhaps it is
> possible to treat the retuned Query as a composite pattern (i.e.
> query.iterateNonRewrittenParts())?
>
> The plan is to avoid making suggestions on meta data in the query.
> "+name:foo" should suggest on "foo" only, and not "+name:foo". I
> initially tried to work the enumerateTerms, but realised this is
> hopeless(?) as a rewritten query looks quite different.
>
> Perhaps I'm attacking this from the wrong angle?
>
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