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From Doug Steigerwald <dsteigerw...@mcclatchyinteractive.com>
Subject Re: JSONRequestWriter
Date Wed, 05 Mar 2008 18:56:50 GMT
Looks like it's only happening when we use the LocalSolrQueryComponent from localsolr.

rsp.add("response", sdoclist);

sdoclist is a SolrDocumentList.  Could that be causing an issue instead of it being just a
DocList?

Doug

Yonik Seeley wrote:
> The output you showed is indeed incorrect, but I can't reproduce that
> with stock solr.
> Here is a example of what I get:
> 
> {
>  'responseHeader'=>{
>   'status'=>0,
>   'QTime'=>16,
>   'params'=>{
> 	'wt'=>'ruby',
> 	'indent'=>'true',
> 	'q'=>'*:*',
> 	'facet'=>'true',
> 	'highlight'=>'true'}},
>  'response'=>{'numFound'=>0,'start'=>0,'docs'=>[]
>  },
>  'facet_counts'=>{
>   'facet_queries'=>{},
>   'facet_fields'=>{},
>   'facet_dates'=>{}}}
> 
> 
> -Yonik
> 
> On Wed, Mar 5, 2008 at 12:00 PM, Doug Steigerwald
> <dsteigerwald@mcclatchyinteractive.com> wrote:
>> Sure.
>>
>>  The default (json.nl=flat):
>>
>>  'response',{'numFound'=>41,'start'=>0,............
>>
>>  Adding json.nl=map makes output correct:
>>
>>  'response'=>{'numFound'=>41,'start'=>0,............
>>
>>  This also changes facet output (which was evaluating fine):
>>
>>  FLAT:
>>
>>   'facet_counts',{
>>    'facet_queries'=>{},
>>    'facet_fields'=>{
>>         'movies_movie_genre_facet'=>[
>>          'Drama',22,
>>          'Action/Adventure',11,
>>          'Comedy',11,
>>          'Suspense/Thriller',11,
>>          'SciFi/Fantasy',5,
>>          'Animation',4,
>>          'Documentary',4,
>>          'Family',3,
>>          'Horror',3,
>>          'Musical',2,
>>          'Romance',2,
>>          'Concert',1,
>>          'War',1]},
>>    'facet_dates'=>{}}
>>
>>  MAP:
>>
>>   'facet_counts'=>{
>>    'facet_queries'=>{},
>>    'facet_fields'=>{
>>         'movies_movie_genre_facet'=>{
>>          'Drama'=>22,
>>          'Action/Adventure'=>11,
>>          'Comedy'=>11,
>>          'Suspense/Thriller'=>11,
>>          'SciFi/Fantasy'=>5,
>>          'Animation'=>4,
>>          'Documentary'=>4,
>>          'Family'=>3,
>>          'Horror'=>3,
>>          'Musical'=>2,
>>          'Romance'=>2,
>>          'Concert'=>1,
>>          'War'=>1}},
>>    'facet_dates'=>{}}
>>
>>  Doug
>>
>>
>>
>>  Yonik Seeley wrote:
>>  > On Wed, Mar 5, 2008 at 11:25 AM, Doug Steigerwald
>>  > <dsteigerwald@mcclatchyinteractive.com> wrote:
>>  >>  If you don't add the json.nl=map to your params, then you can't eval()
what you get back in Ruby
>>  >>  ("can't convert String into Integer").
>>  >
>>  > Can you show what the problematic ruby output is?
>>  >
>>  > json.nl=map isn't the default because some things need to be ordered,
>>  > and eval of a map in python & ruby looses that order.
>>  >
>>  > -Yonik
>>

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