seems totally reasonable... i've seen some headers get pretty out of
control with parameters!
+1 (but after 1.3 please :)
On Sep 1, 2008, at 2:44 PM, Noble Paul നോബിള്
> In a lot of cases we do not actually need the data included in the
> header.SO we just waste bandwidth, processing to write and read this .
> we should add a request parameter omitHeader=true|false . Default
> should be false . If it is true let us not send the header itself
> --Noble Paul
I have an auto-suggest feature in my website I wish to make a query to
solr and specify wt=json and just pipe the solr output to browser
directly. In that case even the little extra information is
unnecessary. I am not using that and the bandwidth is wasted.
On Tue, Sep 2, 2008 at 11:10 AM, Chris Hostetter
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> : echoParams=none is just for params.
> : we can totally omit the other things too
> I must be more out of touch with recent Solr features then i thought ... i
> didn't realize there was anything else in the responseHeader.