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NAME ^

Plucene::Document::Field - A field in a Plucene::Document

SYNOPSIS ^

        my $field = Plucene::Document::Field->Keyword($name, $string);
        my $field = Plucene::Document::Field->Text($name, $string);

        my $field = Plucene::Document::Field->UnIndexded($name, $string);
        my $field = Plucene::Document::Field->UnStored($name, $string);

DESCRIPTION ^

Each Plucene::Document is made up of Plucene::Document::Field objects. Each of these fields can be stored, indexed or tokenised.

FIELDS ^

name

Returns the name of the field.

string

Returns the value of the field.

is_stored

Returns true if the field is or will be stored, or false if it was created with UnStored.

is_indexed

Returns true if the field is or will be indexed, or false if it was created with UnIndexed.

is_tokenized

Returns true if the field is or will be tokenized, or false if it was created with UnIndexed or Keyword.

METHODS ^

Keyword

        my $field = Plucene::Document::Field->Keyword($name, $string);

This will make a new Plucene::Document::Field object that is stored and indexed, but not tokenised.

UnIndexed

        my $field = Plucene::Document::Field->UnIndexded($name, $string);

This will make a new Plucene::Document::Field object that is stored, but not indexed or tokenised.

Text

        my $field = Plucene::Document::Field->Text($name, $string);

This will make a new Plucene::Document::Field object that is stored, indexed and tokenised.

UnStored

        my $field = Plucene::Document::Field->UnStored($name, $string);

This will make a new Plucene::Document::Field object that isn't stored, but is indexed and tokenised.

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