On May 7, 2009, at 18:38, Sanne Grinovero wrote:
Each time a new Document is added to the index,
the similarity relevant to that entity is looked up from the
and set to the indexwriter:
Similarity similarity = documentBuilder.getSimilarity();
writer.setSimilarity( similarity );
writer.addDocument( work.getDocument(), analyzer );
So the analyzer is scoped per document, the similarity is globally set
on the indexwriter.
Does this make sense to update the similarity for each add operation
This is a problem as I can't use two (more) threads to add documents
the same index.
Is there a good use case for which someone might need a different
for different entities contained in the same index?
I'd like to change that to an "illegal configuration".