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    • Type: Improvement
    • Status: Resolved
    • Priority: Minor
    • Resolution: Fixed
    • Affects Version/s: None
    • Fix Version/s: 2.7.0SDK
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      Description

      In reviewing RC2 of 2.7.0, Burn suggests the following doc changes:

      2.4.1.5 in References - typo "equlivance"

      5.6.4 in References says you must addToIndexes after setting the keys, but
      then goes on to show how to use protectIndices without clearly stating that
      this is one of three approaches.

      The block about -Duima.allow_duplicate_add_to_indices should be moved as
      it is in the middle of the corrupted index section.

      Also we should be consistent in spelling indexes/indices ... I think we're
      stuck with the American spelling now ... I don't see any 'indices' in the
      2.6 docs.

      4.5 in References shows how to use protectIndices but perhaps should
      instead link to the larger discussion in 5.6.4

      10.2 in References describes -Duima.report_fs_update_corrupts_index but
      doesn't give an example of the report message, or what to search for in the
      logs.

      When describing uima.protect_indices_from_key_updates perhaps say that when
      false it acts like pre-2.7.0 and corruption is not detected (is this
      correct?) Presumably avoiding the check saves some CPU ... significant?

      In the README Index Corruption section it might help to add a little more
      comparing the three ways to deal with it ... let UIMA fix it, or explicit
      remove/add, or protect block. Also would help to say what to look for in
      the logs. Or simply refer to the References section.

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            schor Marshall Schor
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            schor Marshall Schor
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