问题描述:

I have the following full text search query example:

db.collection.find({ $text: { $search: "dog cat" } })

This will return documents containing dog OR cat, but I would like to sort the results by relevance:

  • results containg all of the search words should be listed first,
  • followed by the ones containing only one of the search words.

Of course I'm looking for a solution that works with 3 or more search words as well.

I found that there is an aggreagation pipeline in MongoDB, maybe it's too late and my brain is fried, but couldn't figure out how I could use it in this case.

--- SOLUTION in Node.js and MongoJS ---

Just to keep everything in one place for future reference, Tug Grall's solution implemented in Node.js / MongoJS:

.get(function(req, res) {

db.docs.find({ $text: { $search: req.query.q } }, {score : { $meta: "textScore" } })

.sort( { score: { $meta: "textScore" } }, function(err, results) {

if (err) {

res.send(err);

} else {

res.json(results);

}

} );

});

网友答案:

In MongoDB 2.6.x you can use the $meta textScore in the sort directly in the query:

db.docs.find( { $text : {$search : "dog cat"}  } , 
              {score : { $meta: "textScore" } }   
             ).sort( { score: { $meta: "textScore" } } )

The results are sorted by relevance:

 db.docs.find( { $text : {$search : "dogs cat"}  } , 
                {score : { $meta: "textScore" } }   
               ).sort( { score: { $meta: "textScore" } } )

  { "_id" : "3", "text" : "I like dogs and cats", "score" : 1.3333333333333333 }
  { "_id" : "4", "text" : "I like dogs. But I do not like cats", "score" : 1.25 }
  { "_id" : "1", "text" : "I like dogs", "score" : 0.75 }
  { "_id" : "2", "text" : "I like cats", "score" : 0.75 }
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