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From "Vadim Gritsenko" <vadim.gritse...@verizon.net>
Subject RE: how is lucene incorporated in cocoon?
Date Tue, 16 Apr 2002 18:22:45 GMT
> From: Markus Krogemann [mailto:markus.krogemann@team-konzept.de]
> 
> Dear cocoon-users
> 
> i am evaluating cocoon and having problems to understand how exactly
the
> indexing and searching with lucene works.
> What i don't understand: what exactly is being indexed 

Content served by the Cocoon
(http://<host>:<port>/path/to/resource?cocoon-view=content).


> (xml files in the file system?)

(no!)


> and then how does the search construct links from the
> result set,

It uses the URL used to obtain content, without cocoon-view parameter.
I.e., http://<host>:<port>/path/to/resource


> ie. how can lucene know, into which url the xml file will
> eventually be mapped?

It does not know.


> i would also like to know, where lucene is configured and where it

cocoon.xconf


> actually stores its index.

Index directory is configurable. Default is (IIRC) <work-dir>/index.


> i could not find any answers in the
> documentation or the configuration files.
> 
> any hint greatly appreciated

You will have to read on views if you want to understand this in
details.
http://xml.apache.org/cocoon/userdocs/concepts/views.html


Vadim

> 
> best regards
> markus krogemann
> --
> 


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