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Need Help From Those Who Are Good At Using Lucene In the Struts Application

JiaPei Jen
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Joined: Nov 19, 2000
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I am new to Lucene. I want to use lucene as the searching enging to look for articles that are stores in the database.
It is OKay to search articles in the database using "only one" pair of property/value as parameters in a method; for example:

********Property***************Value
*********author************Victor Hugo or .....
*********title*************Les Miserables or .....
********content***************whatever .....
**********id*********************168
visitors of the web site queries all articles in the database by selecting 'author' as the property and supply the name of the author (xyz) as value.
I am stuck because I need to pass additonal parameters rather than using one pair of property/value as parameters -- I have this field "category" in my database. I want to search and get all the articles written by author(property) with name xyz (value) within; say, the HISTORY category. The value of the category will be supplied by the application developer (NOT BY THE VISITOR of the web site via selecting from a drop-down list and fill out the value in the text field).
Is there a method signature available in Lucene to pass additional parameter as necessary? If not, how does Lucene handle this kind of situation. People say that Lucene is very flexible. Thanks in advance.
[ November 03, 2003: Message edited by: JiaPei Jen ]
veronique alvaro
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Joined: Sep 05, 2003
Posts: 24
you should go and see the artimus exemple which uses lucene and should anwer to your question :how to pass additional parameters, as it does it
http://sourceforge.net/project/showfiles.php?group_id=49385
veronique
JiaPei Jen
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Artimus_1_1 is exactly what I am working on. I am stuck because I want to modify the example somewhat. I want to pass additional parameters to the FindByProperty.java file and do not have enough knowledge to do it.
 
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