Class PayloadTermQuery.PayloadTermWeight

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protected class PayloadTermQuery.PayloadTermWeight
extends SpanWeight

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Nested Class Summary
protected  class PayloadTermQuery.PayloadTermWeight.PayloadTermSpanScorer
Field Summary
Fields inherited from class
idf, query, queryNorm, queryWeight, similarity, terms, value
Constructor Summary
PayloadTermQuery.PayloadTermWeight(PayloadTermQuery query, Searcher searcher)
Method Summary
 Scorer scorer(IndexReader reader, boolean scoreDocsInOrder, boolean topScorer)
          Returns a Scorer which scores documents in/out-of order according to scoreDocsInOrder.
Methods inherited from class
explain, getQuery, getValue, normalize, sumOfSquaredWeights
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Methods inherited from class java.lang.Object
clone, equals, finalize, getClass, hashCode, notify, notifyAll, toString, wait, wait, wait

Constructor Detail


public PayloadTermQuery.PayloadTermWeight(PayloadTermQuery query,
                                          Searcher searcher)
                                   throws IOException
Method Detail


public Scorer scorer(IndexReader reader,
                     boolean scoreDocsInOrder,
                     boolean topScorer)
              throws IOException
Description copied from class: Weight
Returns a Scorer which scores documents in/out-of order according to scoreDocsInOrder.

NOTE: even if scoreDocsInOrder is false, it is recommended to check whether the returned Scorer indeed scores documents out of order (i.e., call Weight.scoresDocsOutOfOrder()), as some Scorer implementations will always return documents in-order.
NOTE: null can be returned if no documents will be scored by this query.

scorer in class SpanWeight
reader - the IndexReader for which to return the Scorer.
scoreDocsInOrder - specifies whether in-order scoring of documents is required. Note that if set to false (i.e., out-of-order scoring is required), this method can return whatever scoring mode it supports, as every in-order scorer is also an out-of-order one. However, an out-of-order scorer may not support DocIdSetIterator.nextDoc() and/or DocIdSetIterator.advance(int), therefore it is recommended to request an in-order scorer if use of these methods is required.
topScorer - if true, Scorer.score(Collector) will be called; if false, DocIdSetIterator.nextDoc() and/or DocIdSetIterator.advance(int) will be called.
a Scorer which scores documents in/out-of order.

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