Okay, this is now fixed in the latest version of Semantic Drilldown, 0.5.7; it was a SQL error. I was planning to release a new version soon anyway, so it worked out well. Thanks for the bug report.
Ah - what do you know: I get the same problem when I try it locally; it seems to happen for all filters for Page properties. My guess is that this was a bug introduced in the last version; I'll try to fix it soon.
-YaronOn Wed, May 13, 2009 at 9:38 PM, Davide Piga <firstname.lastname@example.org> wrote:
Depending on the property you want to use as filter, they should show other values.
For example, these are the values for the Property "Network":CPRP-Net (1) · EE-Net (48) · Eval-Net (1) · Huritalk (1) · MDG-Net (1) · Peacebuilding-Net (1)
All these values show up correctly as long as you don't click on one or more of them in the BrowseData page.
So, if you click on "EE-Net" and uncollapse the Network property again - [ Networks: (Add another value) ]Instead of the same list of values showed before (without "EE-Net"), you get:
148 · 763 · 764 · 765 · 1062 · 1117 · Other · None
If you click on one of those numbers, nothing changes in terms of results of the query (was 48 results for Network::EE-Net, still is 48 results for "Network::EE-Net" + fake "Network::148")
On Wed, May 13, 2009 at 1:08 AM, Yaron Koren <email@example.com> wrote:Where's the bug here - what should those values be instead?On Tue, May 12, 2009 at 8:23 PM, Davide Piga <firstname.lastname@example.org> wrote:
------------------------------------------------------------------------------Sorry to bother you again but I've got another odd issue with Semantic Drill Down: I can't pick up a second valuefor the same property, because when I uncollapse the list I can only see numbers!
When I click on one of those numbers, although they represent non-existing values for my property and should reset the search results, I still have the same number of results but a strange header for the search (see the attached screenshot, hope you get it. anyway: "category + property + odd number").
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