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From Ryan McKinley <ryan...@gmail.com>
Subject Re: How to debug ?
Date Wed, 25 Jun 2008 02:17:58 GMT
also, check the LukeRequestHandler

if there is a document you think *should* match, you can see what  
tokens it has actually indexed...


On Jun 24, 2008, at 7:12 PM, Norberto Meijome wrote:
> hi,
> I'm trying to understand why a search on a field tokenized with the  
> nGram
> tokenizer, with minGramSize=n and maxGramSize=m doesn't find any  
> matches for
> queries of length (in characters) of n+1..m (n works fine).
>
> analysis.jsp shows that it SHOULD match, but /select doesn't bring  
> anything
> back. (For details on this queries, please see my previous post over  
> the last
> day or so to this list).
>
> So i figure there is some difference between what analysis.jsp does  
> and the
> actual search executed , or what lucene indexes - i imagine  
> analysis.jsp only
> parses the input in the page with solr's tokenizers/filters but  
> doesn't
> actually do lucene's part of the job.
>
> And I'd like to look into this... What is the suggested approach for  
> this?
> attach a debugger to jetty's web app ? Are there some pointers on  
> how to debug
> at this level? Preferably in Eclipse, but beggars cant be choosers ;)
>
> thanks!!
> B
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