Package org.apache.lucene.queryParser.core.config

Contains the base classes used to configure the query processing

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Package org.apache.lucene.queryParser.core.config Description

Contains the base classes used to configure the query processing

Query Configuration Interfaces

The package org.apache.lucene.queryParser.core.config contains query configuration handler abstract class that all config handlers should extend.

See StandardQueryConfigHandler for a reference implementation.

The QueryConfigHandler and FieldConfig are used in the processors to access config information in a flexible and independent way. See ParametricRangeQueryNodeProcessor for a reference implementation.

Since version 3.4, the configuration API has changed. It no longer uses Attribute objects to configure a query parser. Instead, it uses ConfigurationKey objects to set any configuration to a QueryConfigHandler. For now, both configuration APIs are working, however, they cannot be used at the same time. So if you start moving your code to the new API, move it completely or keep using the old API.

Here is an example about how the new configuration API works:

// this constant will be the key to get and set your configuration. This should be unique in your application.
final public static ConfigurationKey<NumberFormat> MY_CONFIG = ConfigurationKey.newInstance();
// make sure to use your unique key instance to set and get your configuration
queryConfigHandler.set(MY_CONFIG, NumberFormat.getInstance());
NumberFormat numberFormat = queryConfigHandler.get(MY_CONFIG);