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From Chris Lu <chris...@gmail.com>
Subject Re: Facets
Date Wed, 04 Nov 2009 01:49:38 GMT
If the query is a very selective one, you can go through the XML 
document and do the counting.

If the query is not so selective, which is usually the case, and the 
number of matches are large, basically all the values need to be loaded 
into memory, or solid state disk, to do a fast counting.

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Henrik Hjalmarsson wrote:
> Hello
>  
> I am trying to develop an API for a search application that is using Lucene 2.4.1
> The search application is maintained by RAA (swedish goverment organization that keeps
track of historical and cultural data).
>  
> I have gotten a demand for an API method that returns an XML response, listing all the
indexes in this application and the number of unique values these indexes can have, filtered
by a query that is recieved in the method request.
>  
> The application contains a large amount of indexes and some indexes contains a very large
amount of unique values. Is there some way to achive this in an effective way?
>  
> With regards Henrik
>
>   

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