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From "Kashyap, Raghu" <Raghu.Kash...@orbitz.com>
Subject RE: deleting record from the index using deleteByQuery method
Date Tue, 23 Sep 2008 15:50:20 GMT
Thanks for your response Chris.

I do see the reviewid in the index through luke. I guess what I am
confused about is the field cumulative_delete. Does this have any
significance to whether the delete was a success or not? Also shouldn't
the method deleteByQuery return a diff status code based on if the
delete was successful or not?

-Raghu 


-----Original Message-----
From: Chris Hostetter [mailto:hossman_lucene@fucit.org] 
Sent: Monday, September 22, 2008 11:30 PM
To: solr-user@lucene.apache.org
Subject: Re: deleting record from the index using deleteByQuery method


:  I am trying to delete a record from the index using SolrJ. When I
: execute it I get a status of 0 which means success. I see that the
: "cummulative_deletbyquery" count increases by 1 and also the "commit"
: count increases by one. I don't see any decrease on the "numDocs"
count.
: When I query it back I do see that record again. 

I'm not positive, but i don't think deleting by query will error if no 
documents matched the query -- so just because it succeeds doesn't mean
it 
actually deleted anything ... are you sure '"rev.id:" + reviewId'
matches 
on the document you are trying to delete?  does that search find it
using 
the default handler?  (is there any analyzer weirdness?)



-Hoss

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