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From Erick Erickson <erickerick...@gmail.com>
Subject Re: Using multivalued field in map function
Date Sun, 11 Sep 2011 15:25:54 GMT
Hmmm, would it be simpler to do something like append
a clause like this?
BloggerId:12304^10 OR CoBloggerId:123404^5?

Best
Erick

On Fri, Sep 9, 2011 at 2:14 AM, tkamphuis <tom_my64@hotmail.com> wrote:
> Well, I'd like to do the following:
>
> I've got a website full of blogposts and every blogpost has an owner, this
> owner is refererred to through his/her id. For example: BloggerId = 123.
> It's also possible that the blog has multiple co-writers, which are also
> referred to by there BloggerId but these id's are stored in the multivalue
> field, in my previous example SubIds.
>
> When searching for a specific blogger one searches the BloggerId.
> Searchresults are influenced by a number of variables, the
> country/state/more specific geological data, the blogcategory, etc. For this
> I use a facetted query. Next I want to make some results more important,
> depending on the BloggerId, I tried to do this with the following query:
>
> ?q={!func}map(sum(map(BloggerId,12304,12304,2,0),map(BloggerId,12304,12304,1,0)),3,3,2)&fl=*,score&facet.field=Country&f.Country.facet.limit=6&facet.field=State&fq=(BlogCategory:internet%20OR%20BlogCategory:sports&sort=score%20desc,Top%20desc,%20SortPriority%20asc&start=0&omitHeader=true
>
> In the resulting list, blogs written by BloggerId 12304 should be on top of
> the list, followed by the blogs where BloggerId 12304 was co-writer. After
> that, all other blogs that follow the criteria but aren't written (or
> co-written) by BloggerId 12304.
>
> Any ideas? Thanks!
>
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