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From Ryan McKinley <ryan...@gmail.com>
Subject Re: If field A is empty take field B. Functionality available?
Date Fri, 28 Aug 2009 18:59:30 GMT
can you just add a new field that has the real or ave price?
Just populate that field at index time...  make it indexed but not  
stored

If you want the real or average price to be treated the same in  
faceting, you are really going to want them in the same field.


On Aug 28, 2009, at 1:16 PM, Britske wrote:

>
> I have 2 fields:
> realprice
> avgprice
>
> I'd like to be able to take the contents of avgprice if realprice is  
> not
> available.
> due to design the average price cannot be encoded in the 'realprice'- 
> field.
>
> Since I need to be able to filter, sort and facet on these fields,  
> it would
> be really nice to be able to do that just on something like a  
> virtual-field
> called 'price' or something. That field should contain the  
> conditional logic
> to know from which actual field to take the contents from.
>
> I was looking at using functionqueries, but to me knowledge these  
> can't be
> used to filter and facet on.
>
> Would creating a custom field work for this or does a field know  
> nothing
> from its sibling-fields? What would performance impact be like,  
> since this
> is really important in this instance.
>
> Any better ways? Subclassing standardrequestHandler and hacking it all
> together seems rather ugly to me, but if it's needed...
>
> Thanks,
> Geert-Jan
>
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