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From Gabriele Kahlout <>
Subject Re: Can I still search documents once updated?
Date Wed, 13 Jul 2011 13:37:06 GMT
Well, I'm !sure how usual this scenario would be:
1. In general those using solr with nutch don't store the content field to
avoid storing the whole web/intranet in their index, twice (1 in the form of
stored data, and one in the form of indexed data).

Now everytime they need to update a field unrelated to content (number of
inbound links for an example) they would have to re-crawl the page again.
This is at least !intuitive.

On Wed, Jul 13, 2011 at 2:40 PM, Michael Kuhlmann <> wrote:

> Am 13.07.2011 14:05, schrieb Gabriele Kahlout:
> > this is what i was expecting. Otherwise updating a field of a document
> that
> > has an unstored but indexed field is impossible (without losing the
> unstored
> > but indexed field. I call this updating a field of a document AND
> > deleting/updating all its unstored but indexed fields).
> Not necessarily. The usual use case is that you have some kind of
> existing data source from where you fill your Solr index. When you want
> to update field of a document, then you simply re-index from that
> source. There's no need to fetch data from Solr before.
> Otherwise, if you really don't have such an existing data source because
> a horde of typewriting monkeys filled your Solr index, then you should
> better declare all your fields as stored. Otherwise you'll never have a
> chance to get that data back.
> Greeting,
> Kuli

K. Gabriele

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