Link walking example on basho blog....
danoyoung at gmail.com
Sat Feb 27 09:56:20 EST 2010
Sean mentioned too that the
"The three pieces of the spec are:
* bucket (only match things in this bucket)
* keep (whether to return results from this spec)"
Thanx guys. Feel a bit stupid for asking.... :)
I'm really looking forward to riak and getting ride of our SQL
implementations ;) and I think this is the right ticket....
On Fri, Feb 26, 2010 at 10:55 PM, Preston Marshall
<preston at synergyeoc.com> wrote:
> The underscore means match all I think, or ignore. Each one of the
> underscores is kind of an argument to the mapreduce/linking phase. For
> example "http://localhost:8098/raw/hb/first/_,foo,_" means follow all links
> that are tagged "foo" in the "first" object in the hb bucket. Some of the
> others are a little more complex, like a bucket within a bucket etc. Maybe
> someone who knows more about it can chime in ;)
> On Feb 26, 2010, at 11:48 PM, Dan Young wrote:
> I'm trying to wrap my head around the url syntax for the underscores
> in the various link walking examples, both on the basho blog and in
> the various docs....Can someone clarify for me the meaning of the
> series of underscores and commas? ( _ , _) On the basho blog, Link
> Walking By Example article, why are there sometimes a series of three
> (i.e. $ curl http://localhost:8098/raw/hb/first/_,_,_ ) and later in
> the article there's a set of three (i.e. $ curl
> http://localhost:8098/raw/hb/first/_,_,_/_,_,_ ) This may be obvious
> but I don't get it right now...I have gotten the link walking working
> in my own test application, mostly from the examples, but I really
> don't understand the _,_...is it an Erlang thing?
> Any insight would be greatly appreciated.
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