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From Marcel Reutegger <marcel.reuteg...@gmx.net>
Subject Re: Impossible to manipulate lucene directly?
Date Mon, 19 Mar 2007 12:58:18 GMT
alartin wrote:
> PS:
>   I think there are two level in search: System level and Application level.
> The core of system level search is QueryHandler and jackrabbit uses lucene
> to implements. It is a general method to handle all nodes and properties.
>  But sometimes, I am much interested in the search of application level. For
> example, a webpage node may contain
> url property, title property, image nodes, and content nodes. As a user, I
> am only interested in index and search title and content rather than url
> property and other nodes which are considered in system level.
>  So the question is same to how to custom application level index and query. 
>  The only way I thought is to develop your own index and search module using
> Lucene and handle all the events include updating, re-indexing yourself. Of
> course, there must be a lot of redundance and hard problems(such as
> verions). Any helps?

I don't see why the current query functionality is not sufficient? if you model 
your content properly you could have a query like:

//element(*, my:page)[jcr:like(@title, 'JCR%') and jcr:contains(my:content, 'foo')]


regards
  marcel

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