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KinoSearch::Search::SortRule - Element of a SortSpec.
my $sort_spec = KinoSearch::Search::SortSpec->new( rules => [ KinoSearch::Search::SortRule->new( field => 'date' ), KinoSearch::Search::SortRule->new( type => 'doc_id' ), ], );
SortRules are the building blocks used to assemble SortSpecs; each SortRule defines a single level of sorting. For example, sorting first by "category" then by score requires a SortSpec with two SortRule elements.
my $by_title = KinoSearch::Search::SortRule->new( field => 'title' ); my $by_score = KinoSearch::Search::SortRule->new( type => 'score' ); my $by_doc_id = KinoSearch::Search::SortRule->new( type => 'doc_id' ); my $reverse_date = KinoSearch::Search::SortRule->new( field => 'date', reverse => 1, );
type - Indicate whether to sort by score, field, etc. (The default is to sort by a field.)
field - The name of a
reverse - If true, reverse the order of the sort for this rule.
Accessor for "field" member.
Accessor for "reverse" member.
KinoSearch::Search::SortRule isa KinoSearch::Object::Obj.
Copyright 2005-2010 Marvin Humphrey
This program is free software; you can redistribute it and/or modify it under the same terms as Perl itself.