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From Mark Miller <>
Subject Re: Neuter fields in query
Date Tue, 20 Feb 2007 16:07:38 GMT
Thanks for the info Erick. Unfortunately, I need to be able to do this 
with any old Query that is supplied to access to the 'raw' query 
:( I also need the process to be relatively cheap which is why I don't 
wan to deconstruct and reconstruct.

- Mark

Erick Erickson wrote:
> Golleeee, Mark, it sounds like we're working on very similar projects 
> <G>. I
> solved something similar by storing the relevant parts of the original 
> query
> away ahead of time in a format suitable for using with the 
> MemoryIndex. It
> was lots easier to handle that way in my app, since I got in unfielded 
> data
> (entries on a form) that I had to map to one or more fields in my index
> anyway, so it was just pretty much the raw query. All the manipulations I
> had to do to make things work out (implied proximity and stemming with 
> exact
> matches etc....) were handled by throwing the raw query at the same
> parser/analyzer for the MemoryIndex that I used originally with (you 
> guessed
> it) no fields in the query and just letting it default to the only 
> field in
> my MemoryIndex.....
> Don't know if this helps or not.
> Best
> Erick
> On 2/20/07, Mark Miller <> wrote:
>> I need to make a query specified with fields to be field care free when
>> used against a memory index (every part of the query will match all
>> fields). I am not holding my breath, but any ideas? Is the only way to
>> deconstruct and reconstruct the query?
>> - Mark
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