[Xapian-discuss] PHP indexing,
what's the PHP method for indexscript
athlonkmf at yahoo.com
Tue Jan 15 22:32:47 GMT 2008
thanks for the answer.
Indeed if I do something like this:
$data = 'author='.$postrow['starter_name']."\n";
$data .= 'authorid='.$postrow['starter_id']."\n";
$data .= 'forum_id='.$postrow['forum_id']."\n";
It will be correctly inserted.
However, what do you mean with "you could pull data out of wherever it came from to display
That I could parse the result by looking back at the datasource (a database)? I guess there are pro and con's about that.
----- Original Message ----
From: James Aylett <james-xapian at tartarus.org>
To: xapian-discuss at lists.xapian.org
Sent: Tuesday, January 15, 2008 10:47:09 PM
Subject: Re: [Xapian-discuss] PHP indexing, what's the PHP method for indexscript
On Tue, Jan 15, 2008 at 01:04:10PM -0800, athlon athlonf wrote:
> How can I create the same indexing using PHP? With this, I can get
> an searchable index, but I have no idea how to set the fields, so
> that I can actually GET something back (with the underneath code, I
> just get a bunch of pid's back).
> $doc = new XapianDocument();
You're setting the document data field to just the pid. If you want it
to be compatible with omega, you'll need to put the right data in
there, as documented in ``Document data construction'' in
omega/docs/overview.html. Alternatively, if you're using your own
searcher, you could pull data out of wherever it came from to display
it and cut down on data duplication - which makes more sense depends
on a huge number of factors. The former is the easier to migrate
gradually from the omega tools to your own system.
james at tartarus.org
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