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RDF Faceting: facet object queries #47

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agazzarini opened this Issue Apr 2, 2015 · 1 comment

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agazzarini commented Apr 2, 2015

The plain facet.field, although being the first conjunction step between RDF and Solr capabilities, is quite unuseful; instead in an RDF context it should be useful to have a new kind of field faceting where the objects can be selected by a query on a given field. For example

facet.field.q=p:http://a.b.c#publication_year

So a query, parsed by default with a Solr Query Parser, could identify the objects that define the facet values domain.

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@agazzarini agazzarini changed the title from RDF Faceting: facet field queries to RDF Faceting: facet objects queries Apr 5, 2015

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Work is moreless completed, not yet committed because I want to create a huge test suite for this specific feature.

More details soon in the Wiki

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agazzarini commented Apr 15, 2015

Work is moreless completed, not yet committed because I want to create a huge test suite for this specific feature.

More details soon in the Wiki

@agazzarini agazzarini changed the title from RDF Faceting: facet objects queries to RDF Faceting: facet object queries Apr 15, 2015

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