org.apache.lucene.codecs.blocktree

Class FieldReader

    • Method Detail

      • getMin

        public BytesRef getMin()
                        throws IOException
        Description copied from class: Terms
        Returns the smallest term (in lexicographic order) in the field. Note that, just like other term measures, this measure does not take deleted documents into account. This returns null when there are no terms.
        Overrides:
        getMin in class Terms
        Throws:
        IOException
      • getMax

        public BytesRef getMax()
                        throws IOException
        Description copied from class: Terms
        Returns the largest term (in lexicographic order) in the field. Note that, just like other term measures, this measure does not take deleted documents into account. This returns null when there are no terms.
        Overrides:
        getMax in class Terms
        Throws:
        IOException
      • hasOffsets

        public boolean hasOffsets()
        Description copied from class: Terms
        Returns true if documents in this field store offsets.
        Specified by:
        hasOffsets in class Terms
      • hasPositions

        public boolean hasPositions()
        Description copied from class: Terms
        Returns true if documents in this field store positions.
        Specified by:
        hasPositions in class Terms
      • hasPayloads

        public boolean hasPayloads()
        Description copied from class: Terms
        Returns true if documents in this field store payloads.
        Specified by:
        hasPayloads in class Terms
      • size

        public long size()
        Description copied from class: Terms
        Returns the number of terms for this field, or -1 if this measure isn't stored by the codec. Note that, just like other term measures, this measure does not take deleted documents into account.
        Specified by:
        size in class Terms
      • getSumTotalTermFreq

        public long getSumTotalTermFreq()
        Description copied from class: Terms
        Returns the sum of TermsEnum.totalTermFreq() for all terms in this field, or -1 if this measure isn't stored by the codec (or if this fields omits term freq and positions). Note that, just like other term measures, this measure does not take deleted documents into account.
        Specified by:
        getSumTotalTermFreq in class Terms
      • getSumDocFreq

        public long getSumDocFreq()
        Description copied from class: Terms
        Returns the sum of TermsEnum.docFreq() for all terms in this field, or -1 if this measure isn't stored by the codec. Note that, just like other term measures, this measure does not take deleted documents into account.
        Specified by:
        getSumDocFreq in class Terms
      • getDocCount

        public int getDocCount()
        Description copied from class: Terms
        Returns the number of documents that have at least one term for this field, or -1 if this measure isn't stored by the codec. Note that, just like other term measures, this measure does not take deleted documents into account.
        Specified by:
        getDocCount in class Terms
      • intersect

        public TermsEnum intersect(CompiledAutomaton compiled,
                                   BytesRef startTerm)
                            throws IOException
        Description copied from class: Terms
        Returns a TermsEnum that iterates over all terms and documents that are accepted by the provided CompiledAutomaton. If the startTerm is provided then the returned enum will only return terms > startTerm, but you still must call next() first to get to the first term. Note that the provided startTerm must be accepted by the automaton.

        This is an expert low-level API and will only work for NORMAL compiled automata. To handle any compiled automata you should instead use CompiledAutomaton.getTermsEnum(org.apache.lucene.index.Terms) instead.

        NOTE: the returned TermsEnum cannot seek

        .

        NOTE: the terms dictionary is free to return arbitrary terms as long as the resulted visited docs is the same. E.g., BlockTreeTermsWriter creates auto-prefix terms during indexing to reduce the number of terms visited.

        Overrides:
        intersect in class Terms
        Throws:
        IOException