I've had too many sleepless nights trying to work this out - I hope I can get some help here.
I have three distinct ADO recordsets that I need to parse words from and return to the client with sorted full word counts (less a predefined dictionary of innocuous words e.g. a, an, the, of.) across all three, references to the original record and references to the original source. The user needs to be able to drill in and out of this result set.
I'm going to simplify the layout for clarification purposes.
Let's say each data source has three identical fields 'updatedTime' (DateTime), 'text'(VARCHAR(255)) and 'ID'.
User goes to the site and searches for the word 'frog'.
User is returned with a word count of every record that has the word 'frog' in the 'text' field sorted by the top count down.
'green' 18 times in table A, 12 times in table B, 22 times in table C
'hop' 16 times in table A, 13 times in table B, 6 times in table C.
'roadkill' 12, 11, 4
'red' 10, 12, 3
And so on.
User clicks on the word 'green'.
Now only words with both 'frog' AND 'green' in the original record show up (again, with the counts and sorted by count).
A breadcrumb is built, so the user can click on 'frog' again to kill that filter.
User decides he doesn't want the default timeframe (6 months) and adjusts a filter
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