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From Michael McCandless <luc...@mikemccandless.com>
Subject Re: Field Collapsing and Grouping in Solr 3.2
Date Thu, 16 Jun 2011 10:51:26 GMT
Alas, no, not yet.. grouping/field collapse has had a long history
with Solr.

There were many iterations on SOLR-236, but that impl was never
committed.  Instead, SOLR-1682 was committed, but committed only to
trunk (never backported to 3.x despite requests).

Then, a new grouping module was factored out of Solr's trunk
implementation, and was backported to 3.x.

Finally, there is now an effort to cut over Solr trunk (SOLR-2564) and
Solr 3.x (SOLR-2524) to the new grouping module, which looks like it's
close to being done!

So hopefully for 3.3 but not promises!  This is open-source...

Mike McCandless

http://blog.mikemccandless.com


2011/6/16 Sergio Martín <sergio.martin@playence.com>

> Hello.
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> Does anybody know if Field Collapsing and Grouping is available in Solr
> 3.2.
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> I mean directly available, not as a patch.
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> I have read conflicting statements about it...
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> Thanks a lot!
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