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Interface for lucene-search

 
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Hi!

First of all: Thanks for the great application you developed!

Next: We try to integrate the forum-search in our global site-search. Is there any kind of interface you deliver for those purposes or do we have to work manually on the lucene-index?!

Many thanks,
Jan
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I haven't really dug into the lucene stuff.. it's new with 2.1.8. There are some "beginning" of an API but not sure how well laid out it is. Pretty sure nobody has "tested" them either.

Places to look are: The LuceneDAO interface (interactions between code in the net.jforum.search package and DB info.

The net.jforum.search package has all the indexing/searching code.

There are a bunch of config parameters for lucene but I'm not sure what they all do. You can look for them in the ConfigKeys code and then search for places they are used in the search code.
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Hi!

Thanks for your reply. I've found the net.jforum.searc package already and got workin on it. Maybe an Search-Interface that outputs an XML-Search result (or anything else) would be a nice feature for some future releases ....

So far,
Jan
[originally posted on jforum.net by steuergorilla]
 
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