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From Marcel Reutegger <marcel.reuteg...@gmx.net>
Subject Re: using lucene 2.0
Date Mon, 27 Nov 2006 14:00:44 GMT
you could also start jackrabbit in a separate class loader, you just have to 
make sure that the jcr-1.0.jar file is in you bootstrap class loader. something 
like this:

        +------------------------+
        | bootstrap class loader +-----> jcr-1.0.jar
        +------------------------+
               |        |
               |        |   +------------------+
               |        +---| JR class loader  |----->  jackrabbit-core
               |            +------------------+        lucene 1.4.3
               |                                        etc.
         +-----+----------------+
         | you app class loader |-----> lucene 2.0
         +----------------------+       other classes


regards
  marcel

Sridhar Raman wrote:
> I have a stand-alone program that needs to access the jackrabbit jcr
> repository, and convert it into our format. As a result, this program needs
> lucene version 2.0 to run without errors. Since the jackrabbit portion uses
> lucene version 1.4.3, I am not able to make it work.
> 
> I looked at the archives, and found the suggestion of running jackrabbit as
> a server, etc. I have a doubt regarding this:
> The program that is calling the repository is not a web-client. It is a
> simple program that can be run from DOS. In that case, what should I do? 
> All
> the suggestions indicate that I should make this a servlet, that can call
> the jackrabbit repository server. Is that the only option?
> 
> Thanks in advance,
> Sridhar
> 

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