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Solr Query Parsing

by Senior Solutions Architect at LucidWorks on Feb 28, 2013

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  • erikhatcher Erik Hatcher, Senior Solutions Architect at LucidWorks Yeah, for complex expressions the _query_ 'field' trick is still required. But you could perhaps adjust this with something like: q={!any v=$one} OR {!any v=$two} - where &one=the first expression and &two=the second expression. Maybe that works? 1 month ago
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  • markusfoss Markus Foss at Digitale Medier 1881 AS Hello
    I cant see how to user nested queryparsers without _query_:
    example:
    {!any}(name:erik OR name:markus)^3
    OR
    {!any}(name:george OR name:obama)^2

    gives me SyntaxError: Cannot parse '(name:george': Encountered '' at line 1, column 12.
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