Java Code Examples for org.apache.lucene.document.DocumentStoredFieldVisitor#getDocument()

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Example 1
@Override
protected Document retrieveDoc(IndexReader ir, int id) throws IOException {
  if (fieldsToLoad == null) {
    return ir.document(id);
  } else {
    DocumentStoredFieldVisitor visitor = new DocumentStoredFieldVisitor(fieldsToLoad);
    ir.document(id, visitor);
    return visitor.getDocument();
  }
}
 
Example 2
Source Project: lucene-solr   File: IndexReader.java    License: Apache License 2.0 5 votes vote down vote up
/**
 * Like {@link #document(int)} but only loads the specified
 * fields.  Note that this is simply sugar for {@link
 * DocumentStoredFieldVisitor#DocumentStoredFieldVisitor(Set)}.
 */
public final Document document(int docID, Set<String> fieldsToLoad)
    throws IOException {
  final DocumentStoredFieldVisitor visitor = new DocumentStoredFieldVisitor(
      fieldsToLoad);
  document(docID, visitor);
  return visitor.getDocument();
}
 
Example 3
Source Project: lucene-solr   File: CheckIndex.java    License: Apache License 2.0 4 votes vote down vote up
/**
 * Test stored fields.
 * @lucene.experimental
 */
public static Status.StoredFieldStatus testStoredFields(CodecReader reader, PrintStream infoStream, boolean failFast) throws IOException {
  long startNS = System.nanoTime();
  final Status.StoredFieldStatus status = new Status.StoredFieldStatus();

  try {
    if (infoStream != null) {
      infoStream.print("    test: stored fields.......");
    }

    // Scan stored fields for all documents
    final Bits liveDocs = reader.getLiveDocs();
    StoredFieldsReader storedFields = reader.getFieldsReader().getMergeInstance();
    for (int j = 0; j < reader.maxDoc(); ++j) {
      // Intentionally pull even deleted documents to
      // make sure they too are not corrupt:
      DocumentStoredFieldVisitor visitor = new DocumentStoredFieldVisitor();
      storedFields.visitDocument(j, visitor);
      Document doc = visitor.getDocument();
      if (liveDocs == null || liveDocs.get(j)) {
        status.docCount++;
        status.totFields += doc.getFields().size();
      }
    }      

    // Validate docCount
    if (status.docCount != reader.numDocs()) {
      throw new RuntimeException("docCount=" + status.docCount + " but saw " + status.docCount + " undeleted docs");
    }

    msg(infoStream, String.format(Locale.ROOT, "OK [%d total field count; avg %.1f fields per doc] [took %.3f sec]",
                                  status.totFields,
                                  (((float) status.totFields)/status.docCount),
                                  nsToSec(System.nanoTime() - startNS)));
  } catch (Throwable e) {
    if (failFast) {
      throw IOUtils.rethrowAlways(e);
    }
    msg(infoStream, "ERROR [" + String.valueOf(e.getMessage()) + "]");
    status.error = e;
    if (infoStream != null) {
      e.printStackTrace(infoStream);
    }
  }

  return status;
}
 
Example 4
Source Project: lucene-solr   File: IndexReader.java    License: Apache License 2.0 3 votes vote down vote up
/**
 * Returns the stored fields of the <code>n</code><sup>th</sup>
 * <code>Document</code> in this index.  This is just
 * sugar for using {@link DocumentStoredFieldVisitor}.
 * <p>
 * <b>NOTE:</b> for performance reasons, this method does not check if the
 * requested document is deleted, and therefore asking for a deleted document
 * may yield unspecified results. Usually this is not required, however you
 * can test if the doc is deleted by checking the {@link
 * Bits} returned from {@link MultiBits#getLiveDocs}.
 *
 * <b>NOTE:</b> only the content of a field is returned,
 * if that field was stored during indexing.  Metadata
 * like boost, omitNorm, IndexOptions, tokenized, etc.,
 * are not preserved.
 * 
 * @throws CorruptIndexException if the index is corrupt
 * @throws IOException if there is a low-level IO error
 */
// TODO: we need a separate StoredField, so that the
// Document returned here contains that class not
// IndexableField
public final Document document(int docID) throws IOException {
  final DocumentStoredFieldVisitor visitor = new DocumentStoredFieldVisitor();
  document(docID, visitor);
  return visitor.getDocument();
}