Acts_as_searchable pagination

Hi,
Who uses acts_as_searchable? How do you deal with pagination? Can it
“plug in” to the paginate function in Rails?

Petr

Petr wrote:

Hi,
Who uses acts_as_searchable? How do you deal with pagination? Can it
“plug in” to the paginate function in Rails?

Petr

Hi Petr,

If you’re using the solr part of the acts_as_searchable plugin I suggest
you switching over to this new acts_as_solr plugin. That’s what I did
about 2 days ago and I’m much happier with the features provided by it.

In your case if you need to do the pagination, simply do
YourModel.find_by_solr(“query”, :start => 0, :rows => 10) or if you want
the result to return only the ids, then do
YourModel.find_id_by_solr(“query”, :start => 0, :rows => 10)

If it interests you: http://acts-as-solr.rubyforge.org/

Thanks,

Jimmy

Does this use Hyperestraier too?

I guess Id have to write my Next/Previous page function myself (easy), i
was just wondering if theres a way to integrate it into the paginate
rails object (Paginate.new). Cheers

Petr

Jimmy wrote:

Petr wrote:

Hi,
Who uses acts_as_searchable? How do you deal with pagination? Can it
“plug in” to the paginate function in Rails?

Petr

Hi Petr,

If you’re using the solr part of the acts_as_searchable plugin I suggest
you switching over to this new acts_as_solr plugin. That’s what I did
about 2 days ago and I’m much happier with the features provided by it.

In your case if you need to do the pagination, simply do
YourModel.find_by_solr(“query”, :start => 0, :rows => 10) or if you want
the result to return only the ids, then do
YourModel.find_id_by_solr(“query”, :start => 0, :rows => 10)

If it interests you: http://acts-as-solr.rubyforge.org/

Thanks,

Jimmy

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