Thanks for you reply. I read this about querynorm:
queryNorm is just a normalizing value applied equally to every clause - it
won't change the relative ordering of any docs, it just helps to ensure
that your scores don't sky rocket so high that floating point rounding
In the solr versions the score is different, that's not a big problem. The main problem is that the order of returned documents are also different, that's strange because it's the same config and the same index.
You want that format indended? How/where can i get that?
On 1/22/2013 2:07 AM, roySolr wrote:
> You want that format indended? How/where can i get that?
If you are using the query UI in Solr 4, just put a check in the box
that says "indent" ... otherwise just add &indent=true to the query URL
If you use the Solr 4 UI, the results will be inside the UI, but you'll
get the actual query URL at the top. If you open that URL in a new tab,
you can then view the page source to see the XML in a format that's
easier to copy/paste. For 3.x Solr versions, that step should not be
necessary - the query results don't show up within the Solr UI.
On Firefox for Windows, press Ctrl-U to view the page source. Other
browsers/platforms probably have different methods.
Once you have the XML to paste, using a website like pastie.org where
you can set the format to XML is better than including it directly in
your email. You can include the entire response, and it will be nicely
Ah, your fieldNorm is different. Are you sure firstname_search has exactly the same value and more important, length? I cannot seem to remember an issue that encodes norms differently between 3.x and 4.x but i'm likely wrong ;)