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From "prabin meitei" <prabin.mei...@gmail.com>
Subject Re: Problem with sorted results.
Date Fri, 26 Dec 2008 05:58:21 GMT
try to construct a query like :
 BooleanQuery mainquery = new BooleanQuery();
 BooleanQuery query1 = new BooleanQuery();
 BooleanQuery query2 = new BooleanQuery();
 BooleanQuery query3 = new BooleanQuery();

queryParser = new QueryParser("title", new StandardAnalyzer());
query1 = queryParser.parse("business development");
query1.setBoost(3.0);
mainquery.add(query1, Occur.SHOULD);

queryParser = new QueryParser("Author", new StandardAnalyzer());
query2 = queryParser.parse("business development");
query2.setBoost(2.0);
mainquery.add(query2, Occur.SHOULD);

queryParser = new QueryParser("Description", new StandardAnalyzer());
query3 = queryParser.parse("business development");
mainquery.add(query3, Occur.SHOULD);

use mainquery for your searching

Prabin
toostep.com

On Fri, Dec 26, 2008 at 11:16 AM, vikas bucha <vikasbucha@gmail.com> wrote:

> Hi,
>
> Merry Christmas and a Happy New Year to you all.
>
> I have an index with few fields. Title, Description, Author etc.
> For a search query "business development", the equivalent lucene query I
> build is:
>
> *(TITLE: business^9.00 OR AUTHOR: business^3.00 OR
> DESCRIPTION:business^1.00) AND (TITLE: development^9.00 OR AUTHOR:
> development^3.00 OR DESCRIPTION:development^1.00)
> *
> The expected result is to get all documents having both *business* and *
> development* in the *TITLE* on top, followed by any one in TITLE and the
> other in AUTHOR(if available) followed by both in AUTHOR and so on..., till
> we get all docs having all the terms appearing anywhere in the document.
> But
> the results are completely different from the expectation.
>
> Please reply if you'd require any other information.
>
> This might be a trivial issue for the pros. I have pulled my hair at it for
> a while.
> Any help with what's wrong here would be highly appreciated.
>
> Thanks
> Vikash.
> --
> If there's no way out, then let's make one.
>

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