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Hibernate-Search not creating index

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I am trying to create a index file with hibernate search and I cannot even get it to create an index file.

I am running JBoss 4.2.3.GA (which I think has hibernate 3.2.4.sp1) So I got Hibernate-Search 3.0.1.GA and used annotations.

I am running jboss4.2.3.GA and I am having problems getting hibernate search to work.

Looking at the compatibility matrix I think with jboss4.2.3.GA I need to use hibernate-search version 3.0.1. (I may upgrade later but I would like to get a small example working first).

I downloaded version 3.0.1 and put the jar in the jboss lib directory. Started jboss and I did not see anything out of the ordinary.

I have the following in my persistence.xml

and I have a couple entity beans:

So a doc is just a simple entity that contains one or more text items. I want to be able to search for text and return the doc that the text belongs to. However when I persist my data I do not see any hibernate search output in the jboss logs nor do I see anything in my index (i.e index file is never even created).

Am I missing something, or is all I really need to do for jboss is deploy the hibernate-search.jar?

I thought that if you use annotations you did not have to turn anything on (like listeners).

Any ideas
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