Reply To: Separate "Incoming Terms" for every Related Term field.

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traversal # Posted on June 11, 2013 at 9:12 am

Wow, thanks for that. So do you actually need to do step 3, and store the child relationship? The children of a keyword are defined by the incoming_terms query right?

You can certainly store the reverse relationship if you want to, but it means you need to keep them in sync, which is probably a little tricky.

By the way, the value_for_set method is not intended to be called directly, it basically enables the fields to be set via direct assignment. Something like this should be possible:

http://pastebin.com/drYxbbm5

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