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From nukie <stas.band...@gmail.com>
Subject Re: Using Hits as document space for new search
Date Tue, 23 Sep 2008 09:32:35 GMT

Thanks a lot, i've discovered about Solr , column classification and other
interesting things. ;)

Best

Stas


hossman wrote:
> 
> 
> : For example,  in my case it's car  searching form.
> : First of all i'm telling that i want to search for BMW. System returning
> set
> : of results. 
> : In process of viewing results system shows additional criterias for
> making
> : search result more exact, and shows count of result set after adding
> this
> : criteria (..this count is smaller than current result set size, because
> new
> : result is just subset of current result list).
> 
> this is generally known as "faceted searching" ... if you search the list 
> archives for "facet" or in some cases 'category counts" you'll find 
> numerous discussions on how to tackle problems like this.
> 
> In general: you don't want to try this using something like the Hits 
> class, it's internal behavior is very inefficient forsoemthing like this 
> -- building Filters (and caching them) tends to be the way to go 9and you 
> can always build a Filter out of a query)
> 
> 
> 
> -Hoss
> 
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