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From "Norskog, Lance" <>
Subject RE: most popular/most commonly accessed records
Date Fri, 06 Jul 2007 18:08:42 GMT
Documents in Lucene are read-only. You need to track accesses
separately. You can have a changeble score value in your documents, but
you'll have to re-index them for each change.

We use Google Analytics as a first cut. If you look at
http:/ (pimping my employer) and look at the page source,
down at the bottom we trigger a message to GA. Unforch it has our
license key, which I think we want to change :) 

The next step is to use such dynamic statistics in calculating boosts;
it seems like we would want to combine relational DB accesses with
Lucene indexing to calculate relevance and boosts. 


-----Original Message-----
From: Karen Loughran [] 
Sent: Friday, July 06, 2007 6:59 AM
Subject: most popular/most commonly accessed records

Hi all,
Is there a way through solr to find out about "most commonly accessed"
solr documents ?  So for example, my client may wish to list the top 10
most popular videos, based on previous accesses to them in the  solr
server db.

If there are any solr features to help with this can someone point me to
them ?  Had a browse through the user documentation, but can't see
anything obvious ?

Many thanks
Karen Loughran

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