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From Martin Sévigny <>
Subject RE : Lucene, CocoonIndexer
Date Fri, 12 Jul 2002 16:57:22 GMT
Hello all,

> -----Message d'origine-----
> De : icewind [] 
> Envoyé : vendredi 12 juillet 2002 17:48

> <title>
>    <person>Alice's</person> guide to the great novels
> 	    of the <date>1800's</date>
> </title>


> 	Has anyone run into this issue? I'm not sure how to
> go about implementing what I want. Is this something I
> could do in Cocoon, or would I have to modify
> something in the LuceneXMLIndexer component?

For specific needs like that, we implemented an XML search engine using
both Lucene and Cocoon, the difference is that indexing is completely
configurable. You'll find more information at (in

You define fields with some properties, and you populate them using an
XSLT transformation or a SAX filter applied to your XML document. Than
you get an XSP logicsheet for querying, paging, viewing of results, etc.

Version 1.1 runs on Cocoon 1.8 and Lucene 1, version 2 (in development
but usable) runs on Cocoon 2 and Lucene 1.2. GPL.

Have fun,

Martin Sévigny

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