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From Blargy <zman...@hotmail.com>
Subject SpellCheckComponent questions
Date Thu, 17 Jun 2010 02:41:59 GMT

Is it generally wiser to build the dictionary from the existing index? Search
Log? Other? 

For "Did you mean" does one usually just use collate=true and then return
that string?

Should I be using a separate spellchecker handler to should I just always
include spellcheck=true in my original search queries? I noticed in some
sample solrconfig files that it recommends against creating a separate
request handler just for spellcheck requests but I why should I tax every
single request when I really only want to perform a spellcheck when there
are less than x amount of results.

I'm guessing if I wanted to achieve the above functionality (only spellcheck
when there are < x results) I could create a custom SearchComponent that
subclasses the solr.SpellCheckComponent. If I decide to go down this route,
how can I get access to the number or results/and or actual results?

Thanks again nabble ;)



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