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From John Moylan <>
Subject Re: How to create a mapped lucene index for linked-xml files ?
Date Fri, 23 Aug 2002 11:25:56 GMT

1.)You can index your xml files using the example Lucene application 
that comes with cocoon,  then have Lucene return a list of files with 
the relevent results.

6% blah2.xml
3% blah2.xml
2% blah76.xml

2.) Next, have a matcher in your sitmap which matches blah*.xml and 
transforms the xml once it has been clicked through to. Use xsl to add 
links to the relevent elements of your XML.


Florian Georg wrote:

>I've got a bunch of xml files as content for my application, and want them
>to be searchable.
>I studied the Cocoon Search example and the docs, but I just didn't get it
>*How* does the crawler look for links in xml - files ? Any special format
>(XLink) ? Or html - style links ?
>My problem is : I want to crawl/index the plain xml files, but the search
>results should link
>to cocoon-mapped URLs (which serialize as HTML).
>Perhaps I even don't need a crawler. I just index the files from the
>filesystem, and map them to URLs .... Is this possible ? This would be the
>preferred way, as I don't need to parse my xml for links.
>Any ideas on how I could achieve that ?
>thanks in advance
>  Florian

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