Use this information to understand the features of the transactional metadata query.
- Transactional metadata query is supported for both Solr 4 and noindex search
- Transactional metadata query does not support facets.
- When you enable transactional metadata queries, a query is parsed to check if all of its
parts are supported by the database-based query engine. If yes, the database is used
- Using the database gives transactional consistency as opposed to the eventual consistency
provided by Solr 4.
- If you use the transactional metadata query with the noindex subsystem, the search
functionality in Alfresco Share won't work as it relies on full text search.
- Normally, a query will be executed against the database, if possible. Database execution of
a query depends on the query itself. It also depends on the application of an optional patch to
the database, which creates the required supporting database indexes. If the supporting indexes
have been created, each index subsystem can be configured to:
- perform transactional execution of queries;
- execute queries transactionally, when possible, and fall back to eventual consistency;
- always execute eventual consistency.
- When queries are executed against the database:
- Hidden nodes will be returned by the database, as they are in Alfresco One 5.0.
- Large result sets are not supported because Alfresco does not evaluate permissions in
query but as a post filter.
- Counts will not reflect the number of nodes that match the query.
- The SearchParameters and QueryOptions objects can be used
to override this behaviour per query.