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From Mek <meki...@gmail.com>
Subject Re: Very high fieldNorm for a field resulting in bad results
Date Sat, 30 Sep 2006 04:15:12 GMT
> You might want to look into the DisjunctionMaxQuery class ... in
> particular building a BooleanQuery containing a DisjunctionMaxQuery for
> each 'word' of your input in the various fields ... i've found it to be
> very effective.  when it was first proposed it was called
> "MaxDisjunctionQuery" and you can find an explanation of how it can be
> usefull here...
>
>         http://issues.apache.org/jira/browse/LUCENE-323

This should solve most of my heartache.
Whats the suggested way to use this ? Copy a solr jar ? Or just copy
the code for this 1 query ?

Are there plans to move this into lucene core ? (or contrib area?)

There are a lot of good utils in Solr which I (and I guess most people
building a search) would want.


Are there plans to move the utils like   DisjunctionMaxQueryParser,
SynonymFilter, etc back into lucene, or would it be simpler for
someone using java 1.5 to start using solr straight away.

Are there any issues if I do decide to move to solr that I should be
aware of ? (I am using lucene 2.0 as of now)

Thanks a ton,
mek.

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