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From Rajinimaski <rajinima...@gmail.com>
Subject Re: Getting facets count on multiple fields by doing a "Group By"
Date Sat, 17 Jul 2010 16:40:47 GMT

@Hemanth,  I understand the functionality of "fl" and also about "facet"...
In my condition example i have mentioned that i need faceted COUNT  that
will be like merging both the fileds ....

Still if I am not clear to you then find below my solr search result's
console view and with what I am finding for indeed:

<results>numfound:4 </>

<doc>
field <"GrpId"=1/>
field <"Grpname"=A/>
</doc>
<doc>
field <"GrpId"=2/>
field <"Grpname"=A/>
</doc>
<doc>
field <"GrpId"=3/>
field <"Grpname"=A/>
</doc>
<doc>
field <"GrpId"=4/>
field <"Grpname"=B/>
</doc>

<facet field/>
<GrpId>
<Grpname>

grpid-1<1>
grpid-2<1>
grpid-3<1>
grpid-4<1>

Grpname-A<3>
Grpname-B<1>

</results>


But what i needed is:

grpid-1,Grpname-A<1>
grpid-2,Grpname-A<1>
grpid-3,Grpname-A<1>
grpid-4,Grpname-B<1>

I needed to get counts based GRPID clubbed with GRPNAME not different sets

 Please let me know any solution for this ...


Regards,
Rajani Maski











On Fri, Jul 16, 2010 at 4:32 PM, hemant.verma [via Lucene] <
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> You may be confused what facet is for.
> As your example shows, there is no need for you to use facets.
> Simply do the query and use &fl=Name, ID to get the desired results.
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