Discussing Solr's `stored=true` Field Property and Typesense Functionality
TLDR James inquired about a Typesense equivalent for Solr's
stored=true field property. Kishore Nallan clarified that Typesense stores all document fields. CaptainCodeman elaborated on scenarios for storing data, especially data that wouldn't be queried often.
Sep 14, 2021 (26 months ago)
stored=truewhere the field name can be a query param?
Kishore Nallan04:12 PM
brand_img_urlwould be the query while the value would be the result. Not necessarily searching through the value itself. (I hope I'm understanding CaptainCodeman’s example properly)
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