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From "Twomey, David" <>
Subject Re: dynamic field question
Date Wed, 09 Oct 2013 10:20:41 GMT
OK.  Then the JSON returned would contain a lot of documents that are
really sections. This would work fine for the use-case I mentioned but I
also use the index for full-text search of the whole document.  Therefore,
I would need to parse the result JSON in a way that combines the solr docs
returned in to one virtual doc based on source document ID.

Is that correct?

On 10/9/13 6:15 AM, "Jack Krupansky" <> wrote:

>I'd suggest that each of your source document sections would be a
>solr document. All of the sections could have a "source document ID"
>to tie them together.
>Dynamic fields work best when used in moderation. Your use case seems
>an excessive use of dynamic fields.
>-- Jack Krupansky
>-----Original Message-----
>From: Twomey, David
>Sent: Tuesday, October 08, 2013 6:59 PM
>Subject: dynamic field question
>I am having trouble trying to return a particular dynamic field only
>of all dynamic fields.
>Imagine I have a document with an unknown number of sections.  Each
>can have a 'title' and a 'body'
>I have each section title and body as dynamic fields such as
>and section_body_*
>Imagine that some documents contain a section that has a title="Appendix"
>I want a query that will find all docs with that section and return just
>Appendix section.
>I don't know how to return just that one section though
>I can copyField my dynamic field section_title_* into a static field
>section_titles and query that for docs that contain the Appendix
>But I don't know how to only return that one dynamic field
>Any ideas?   I can't seem to put a conditional in the fl parameter

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