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How to rebuild Hibernate Search index to sync with database

 
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Hi guys,

I accidentally deleted my Hibernate Search index file on my local server. So, I'm wondering how I can rebuild index to sync with the data in the database?

Here's a sample of my entity annotation:


Please ...HeLP!!!
 
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Originally posted by Nina Anderson:
Hi guys,

I accidentally deleted my Hibernate Search index file on my local server. So, I'm wondering how I can rebuild index to sync with the data in the database?

Here's a sample of my entity annotation:


Please ...HeLP!!!



First Write an Hibernate Code to retrieve all the Data you want indexed next instantiate a FullTextSession and Iterate through the retrieved Set ...

FullTextSession fullTextSession = Search.createFullTextSession(session);
Transaction tx = fullTextSession.beginTransaction();
List<AbstractBusinessCbo > abstractBusinessCboS = jAbstractBusinessCbo DAO.findAllData();

for (AbstractBusinessCbo abstractBusinessCbo : abstractBusinessCboS ) {
fullTextSession.index(abstractBusinessCbo );
}
}
 
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