Which Mongodb version runs on the backend and does it support text indexes and $text and $search operators?

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steve cox
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Which Mongodb version runs on the backend and does it support text indexes and $text and $search operators?

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Which Mongodb version runs on the Appery.io backend and does it support text indexes and the $text and $search operators as described in docs at:

http://docs.mongodb.org/manual/core/i...

?

I am currently using the $regex operator as suggested here:

https://getsatisfaction.com/apperyio/...

but i'd like to use the features that the $text and $search operators offer.

Evgene Karachevtsev
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Which Mongodb version runs on the backend and does it support text indexes and $text and $search operators?

Post by Evgene Karachevtsev »

Hello Steve,

Mongodb 2.6.3, $text is supported, $search is supported too.

RobertJay
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Which Mongodb version runs on the backend and does it support text indexes and $text and $search operators?

Post by RobertJay »

Hi Evgene. I've created a non-unique index for the text column State (e.g. "NY" or "CA") and have a request parameter set as: {"State":"NY"} - but it appears to have no effect with my server-code service. I.E. all states are being returned to my code, not just the state I'm doing the "where" on. Is there something obvious I should or should not be doing. Thanks.

Ravenight
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Which Mongodb version runs on the backend and does it support text indexes and $text and $search operators?

Post by Ravenight »

I would like to make use of $text and $search as well, how do I ensure I am searching on a text index and how do I create a text index that contains two or more columns?

Is there an example that could be provided that shows how to make this work?

I would like to make this function correctly:
http://docs.mongodb.org/manual/refere...
db.articles.find(
{ $text: { $search: "cake" } },
{ score: { $meta: "textScore" } }
).sort( { score: { $meta: "textScore" } } )

RobertJay
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Which Mongodb version runs on the backend and does it support text indexes and $text and $search operators?

Post by RobertJay »

UPDATE: i've started a new thread which hopefully will get a response. It's at:

https://getsatisfaction.com/apperyio/...

Yurii Orishchuk
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Which Mongodb version runs on the backend and does it support text indexes and $text and $search operators?

Post by Yurii Orishchuk »

Hi Robert,

Unswered on that new thread.

Frank7390035
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Which Mongodb version runs on the backend and does it support text indexes and $text and $search operators?

Post by Frank7390035 »

Hi Sergiy,

The link provided did not answer the question...

I would need to sort the search results by relevance and can't think of another way of doing this... any help is appreciated!

Thank you,
Frank

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