First of all, sorry if this appears in the list twice - i was awaiting
moderation all day and then finally joined the list properly and sent
Previously, for all my ferret searches, i was using find_by_contents,
That all worked fine. We’ve upgraded to the latest ferret/a_a_f,
which no longer uses find_by_contents: i believe we’re supposed to use
find_with_ferret instead. However, if i do the equivalent, with
find_by_contents replaced with find_with_ferret, then the ‘multi’ part
doesn’t work: i get the same results as if i didn’t pass multi at all.
Looking in the API ( http://projects.jkraemer.net/rdoc/acts_as_ferret/
looks like find_with_ferret doesn’t take a :multi option, so i’m in the
over how to do multi-model searches now.
My ferret-indexed classes all have “:store_class_name => true”, which i
was necessary for multi searches. Can anyone help please?
(To make life a bit more complicated, two of the classes extend one of
others, and i’d like a ferret search on the superclass to return results
from both subclasses. However, i’d settle right now for just having a
multi-model search that works)