Talk:ESciDoc Search Index Names
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- In my opinion, this is not relevant for Faces, because in Faces we only have very clear indexes (one per attribute).--Kristina 10:17, 6 February 2009 (UTC)
- Ok, but even in this case we have clear naming convention for face indexes such as:
*faces.emotion instead of escidoc.emotion *faces.age instead of escidoc.age
- I think we need an index to search within an album. And more generally we need an index to search within a container. We have indeed only one way to do it currently: write IDs of all members in the query. For Faces it becomes very problematic with very big albums. For example, http://qa-faces.mpdl.mpg.de/album/escidoc:113634, which has 2056 members (the whole collection), takes about 4 minutes to be searched. Since in case of Faces we use the search to browse an album, the user needs about 4 minutes for each page of the album. It is really not acceptable.--Bastien 16:56, 18 March 2009 (UTC)
Section moved to VIRR Development Page
- Perhaps it makes sense to add escidoc to beginning of indexes, like:
because then we could also query like
Possible use case: find all escidoc items where Mr. X was creator of.
*escidoc.compound.title delivers all title on first level **(publication.title, publication.alternativetitle, virrelement title, etc. )
*escidoc.any.title **deliviers all title elements in all escidoc items
- i would not use the term "qualified path" to refer to something like "publication.title". to me qualified path sounds like qualified name in xml terminology, which actually does mean a localname plus a namespace. so "unqualified path" would be more intuitive for me.--Robert 16:58, 11 March 2009 (UTC)
- ThnX. Will fix it.