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comment Should the variable be named Id or ID?
@Kaz Well, duh! However, CamelCase is used traditionally in some languages and it would look rather out of place to use underscores in such situations. Consistency is king, as mentioned earlier.
Feb
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Feb
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answered Should the variable be named Id or ID?
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Jul
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accepted Is event chaining considered good practice?
Jul
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asked Is event chaining considered good practice?
Oct
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answered I'm a contract developer and I think I'm about to get screwed
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accepted Search multiple tables
Sep
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revised Search multiple tables
Fixed typo
Sep
19
comment Search multiple tables
I am thinking about using Sphynx for this. I'll look into Lucene as well, thanks. My application is written in PHP on top of the Symfony2 framework. I also have a central Manager class that handles dynamic data persistence. I could do my data mirroring from there. Foreign fields, of course, might be a problem, because they can change independently from the dynamic data (e.g category name changes). This is the point where I think either Lucene or Sphinx comes in. If I had multiple indexes, would I still be able to search from them all with a single query?
Sep
14
revised Search multiple tables
Tried to formulate a better question.
Sep
14
comment Search multiple tables
By "better" I mean if there is a more efficient, sort of best practice way of doing it? I wouldn't want to be to hasty with this only to find out the solution doesn't work as intended half way in. I don't have much experience in terms of natural language searching.
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awarded  Editor
Sep
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revised Search multiple tables
added 1 characters in body
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awarded  Student
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asked Search multiple tables