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From Arjun Dhar <dhar...@yahoo.com>
Subject Why Numeric (IntField) tokenized true by Default?
Date Mon, 03 Jun 2013 08:00:03 GMT
This post was updated on Jun 03, 2013; 3:48am.
If One refers to the JavaDoc for Sort it states that INDEX and and the field
should NOT be TOKENIZED. 
Its a common use case for Numbers to be Sorted. 

Am curious to find the default values of say IntField as : 
TYPE_NOT_STORED.setTokenized(true); 

Any reason why its tokenized by default? 
The constructors suggest you should play with STORE or NO STORE @ best. But
I feel there is sufficient reason to have to define your own FieldType for
sorting ?



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