Got a 'rejected posting' message, so here it is again. Excuse any
On Tue, 1 Mar 2005, Dr Robert Sanderson wrote:
>> Well, this is the third try at a response to this message. The first
>> time, I was sure that Rob had it right. Then I realized that Rob's
>> solution doesn't retrieve documents that don't have titles.
> There are two related proposals:
> 1: A way to match every single record
> 2: A way to match every record that has a value for a given index
> I think that 1 is best served by a magical index in the cql context set.
> eg cql.alwaysMatches = "" --> all records in db match
> This fits the requirement and use cases and is easy to implement.
> I think that there are already ways to do 2 (more than just the one I pointed
> out, as Adam demonstrated) and we don't need another one.
> The original proposal by Mike was a relation modifier, which I think is
> overly complex for a simple requirement.
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