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Subject Re: block join and atomic updates
Date Sat, 15 Feb 2014 17:57:05 GMT
Any suggestions?

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> Yonik Seeley <>:
>> On Thu, Feb 13, 2014 at 8:25 AM,  <> wrote:
>>> Is there any workaround to perform atomic updates on blocks or do I have to
>>> re-index the parent document and all its children always again if I want to
>>> update a field?
>> The latter, unfortunately.
> Is there any plan to change this behavior in near future?
> So, I'm thinking of alternatives without loosing the benefit of block join.
> I try to explain an idea I just thought about:
> Let's say I have a parent document A with a number of fields I want  
> to update regularly and a number of child documents AC_1 ... AC_n  
> which are only indexed once and aren't going to change anymore.
> So, if I index A and AC_* in a block and I update A, the block is  
> gone. But if I create an additional document AF which only contains  
> something like an foreign key to A and indexing AF + AC_* as a block  
> (not A + AC_* anymore), could I perform a {!parent ... } query on AF  
> + AC_* and make an join from the results to get A?
> Does this makes any sense and is it even possible? ;-)
> And if it's possible, how can I do it?
> Thanks,
> - Moritz

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