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using NOT operator in apache lucene query and neo4j

yi sun
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Joined: Aug 08, 2010
Posts: 6
I just started to use neo4j and apache lucene,I have a requirement to allow users to use "NOT" operator on a single term. Since the NOT operator cannot be used with just one term, how can i achieve this?

I indexed my files using neo4j Indexing Framework,

when constructing the query, I combined the NOT statement with MatchAllDocsQuery using the below code


Then, I query the db using below code and a NullException occurs


any help is appreciated.Thanks
Peter Neubauer
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Joined: May 31, 2011
Posts: 1
Hi there,
I am not sure about this one, but maybe you could post this question on the new Neo4j tender area? http://neo4j.tenderapp.com/discussions

/peter
Campbell Ritchie
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Campbell Ritchie
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Not ab "beginning" question, so I have moved it. Not sure I have moved it to the right place, however. I would suggest you follow Peter Neubauer's suggestion, but make sure to inform us if you do.
 
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