On Tue, 24 Sep 2002, Rob Koopman wrote:
> Ray wrote:
> >which may include:
> >I don't think dc.titleWord will be one of these.
> Maybe I am out of sync but I do not really understand the purpose of these.
> Does this mean we write:
> query = (dc.titleAllTheseWords="a b c")?
> My logic tells me that this is mixing index type with default operator,
> resulting in an explosion of pseudo index types all translating to word. I
> would prefer one of the following:
> query = ((titleWord="a") and (titleWord="b") and (titleWord="c"))
> query = (titleWord="a" and "b" and "c")
I would agree, but unfortunately we already threw out the rule that you
can only have one term per term. This is better than assuming adjacent
words as the only one, especially for non word structured data which was
the other option currently on the table. So here I agree with Ray, but
otherwsie would have agreed with you :)
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