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Chris McDonough wrote:

> - It is now possible to pass a dictionary to the CatalogFieldIndex
>   ``apply`` method.  When a dictionary is passed, the member of the
>   dictionary named ``query`` is treated as the query.  It may be a
>   single term, a sequence of terms, or a Range.  An additional
>   dictionary member named ``operator`` may also be specified: when
>   this is specified, it must be one of ``or`` or ``and`` (the default
>   is ``or``).  If the query specifies multiple terms, and the operator
>   is ``or``, the results will be unioned; if the query specifies
>   multiple terms and the operator is ``and``, the results will be
>   intersected.

How is an 'and' operator going to work for a field index (as opposed to
a keyword index)?  Every document should have exactly one value for the
field index, which means that there should always be an empty intersection.


Tres.
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