> > Yes - but my interpretation of cql.serverchoice Tolkien is
> that there
> > is some non wildcard CQL index available such that I can issue both
> I don't see why that's necessarily so?
> The definition is, currently:
> This is the default when the index and relation is omitted
> from a search
> clause. 'cql.serverChoice' means that the server will
> choose an index
> for the given term. The relation used is 'scr', hence
> 'cql.serverChoice scr
> "term"' is an equivalent search clause to '"term"'.
> In Ralph's case he chooses an index that you can't otherwise choose.
However, the definition is further qualified below in the definition for
"(By contrast, cql.serverChoice means essentially "search any index --
your choice -- from any context set you know".)"
Which implies that serverChoice should result in an index which can
otherwise be chosen.