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Just to be clear, all I am asking is that the semantics of cql.serverChoice
be modified so that the server can search more than one index. Right now
it implies that the server has to search exactly one index and I do not
think that this was the intended meaning.

At 09:13 AM 11/5/2004, you wrote:
> > -----Original Message-----
> > From: Robert Sanderson [mailto:[log in to unmask]]
> > Sent: Friday, November 05, 2004 7:15 AM
> >
> > "Search all indexes you have, from all context sets"
> > "Search any index of your choice"
>
>I don't disagree with your interpretation, but my implementation causes me
>to make a distinction between the two indexes.
>
>cql.anywhere insists that the entire document be searched.  If that's not
>possible (e.g. not all fields indexed) then certainly all indexes should be
>searched.
>
>cql.serverChoice says that the server gets to pick the index.  In my case,
>while I don't have an index of all the fields in a record, nor do I provide
>a capability to apply a term to all my indexes, I do have an index of the
>useful subject fields.  In my user interface, this is my default index.
>
>So, I don't support cql.anywhere, but do support cql.serverChoice.
>
>Ralph