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Set the sort order


SwishSearch::setSort

(PECL swish >= 0.1.0)

SwishSearch::setSortSet the sort order

Description

void SwishSearch::setSort ( string $sort )
Warning

This function is EXPERIMENTAL. The behaviour of this function, its name, and surrounding documentation may change without notice in a future release of PHP. This function should be used at your own risk.

Parameters

sort

Sort order of the results is a string containing name of a result property combined with sort direction ("asc" or "desc"). Examples: "swishrank desc", "swishdocpath asc", "swishtitle asc", "swishdocsize desc", "swishlastmodified desc" etc.

Return Values

No value is returned.

Examples

Example #1 Basic SwishSearch::setSort() example

<?php

try {

    
$swish = new Swish("index.swish-e");
    
$search $swish->prepare();

    
$results $search->execute("time");
    echo 
"First query found: "$results->hits" hits\n";

    
$i 0;
    while(
$result $results->nextResult()) {
        echo 
"Hit #", ++$i" - "$result->swishdocsize" bytes\n";
    }

    
$search->setSort("swishdocsize desc"); //sort by document size
    
$results $search->execute("time");
    echo 
"Second query found: "$results->hits" hits\n";

    
$i 0;
    while(
$result $results->nextResult()) {
        echo 
"Hit #", ++$i" - "$result->swishdocsize" bytes\n";
    }

} catch (
SwishException $e) {
    echo 
$e->getMessage(), "\n";
}

?>

The above example will output something similar to:

 First query found: 5 hits Hit #1 - 4261 bytes Hit #2 - 37937 bytes Hit #3 - 7126 bytes Hit #4 - 15427 bytes Hit #5 - 4768 bytes Second query found: 5 hits Hit #1 - 37937 bytes Hit #2 - 15427 bytes Hit #3 - 7126 bytes Hit #4 - 4768 bytes Hit #5 - 4261 bytes 



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