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From Andy C <andycs...@gmail.com>
Subject After upgrade to Solr 6.5, q.op=AND affects filter query differently than in older version
Date Wed, 26 Apr 2017 19:04:21 GMT
I'm looking at upgrading the version of Solr used with our application from
5.3 to 6.5.

Having an issue with a change in the behavior of one of the filter queries
we generate.

The field "ctindex" is only present in a subset of documents. It basically
contains a user id. For those documents where it is present, I only want
documents returned where the ctindex value matches the id of the user
performing the search. Documents with no ctindex value should be returned
as well.

This is implemented through a filter query that excludes documents that
contain some other value in the ctindex field: fq=(-ctindex:({* TO "MyId"}
OR {"MyId" TO *}))

In 6.5 if q.op=AND I always get 0 results returned when the fq is used.
This wasn't the case in 5.3. If I remove the q.op parameter (or set it to
OR) I get the expected results.

I can reproduce this in the Solr Admin UI. If I enable debugQuery, the
parsed_filter_queries output is different with q.op=AND and with no q.op
parameter:

For q.op=AND I see: ["+(-(SolrRangeQuery(ctindex:{* TO MyId})
SolrRangeQuery(ctindex:{MyId TO *})))"]

With no q.op set I get: ["-(SolrRangeQuery(ctindex:{* TO MyId})
SolrRangeQuery(ctindex:{MyId TO *}))"]

In 5.3 I always get the same parsed_filter_queries output regardless of the
q.op setting: ["-(ctindex:{* TO MyId} ctindex:{MyId TO *})"]

Any idea what is going on, or how to make the behavior of this filter query
independent of the q.op setting?

More details:
- Using the standard query parser
- The fieldType of the ctindex field is "string"
- I upgraded to 6.5 by copying my 5.3 config files over, updating the
schema version to 1.6 in the schema.xml, updating the luceneMatchVersion to
6.5.0 in the solrconfig.xml, and building a brand new index.

Thanks,
- Andy -

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