HSEARCH-170 - @Boost
I talked over this and 269 with Sanne and for this one I'll specify
add @Boost to the field level and also allow boost=x.xF in @Field. If both
are specified on the same field, and I think the odds of this happening are
slim to none) I can either throw an exception or one has precedence over the
other. In the latter case I think @Boost should have precedence. Thoughts?
HSEARCH-269 - Dictionary
Rather than refactor DirectoryProvider to support a dictionary index
in the baseDir, I came up with the idea of a DictionaryProvider, Sanne and I
agreed the best way to do this is that the DictionaryProvider extend
DirectoryProvider and we go from there. This provides the best flexibility.
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1. Re: JPA's allocationSize & SequenceHiLoGenerator (Alexander Snaps)
2. Hibernate Search 3.1 road map (Emmanuel Bernard)
Date: Fri, 10 Oct 2008 18:17:08 +0200
From: "Alexander Snaps" <alex.snaps(a)gmail.com>
Subject: Re: [hibernate-dev] JPA's allocationSize &
To: " Gabriele Salg? " <gsalgo(a)noemalife.com>
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Here's the answer I got:
As for the allocationSize's default, it is 1 using Hibernate. It won't use
the HiLo algorithm by default.
Everything is covered at the url above... except why isn't this the default
behavior (at least for the JPA impl.)
On Fri, Oct 10, 2008 at 3:45 PM, Gabriele Salgr <removed(a)example.com>wrote:
I read the your post on Hibernate forum:
I was just wondering about the same things you wrote. Have you got any
Moreover, do you know if setting the 'allocationSize' attribute to 1
instead of the default value (50) can give any kind of problem or
Alexander Snaps <alex.snaps(a)gmail.com>