On Nov 22, 2004, at 9:17 AM, Morus Walter wrote:
Erik Hatcher writes:

If your query isn't entered by users, you shouldn't use query parser in
most cases anyway.

I'd go even further and say in all cases.

If you use lucene as a search server you have to provide the query somehow.
E.g. we have an php application, that sends queries to a lucene search
In this case it's justifiable to serialize the query into query parser
syntax on the client side and have query parser read the query again on
the server side.

Ah, good point! I hadn't considered this scenario.


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