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From Marcel Reutegger <marcel.reuteg...@gmx.net>
Subject Re: Ho can I rebuild the SearchIndex?
Date Fri, 11 Apr 2008 12:18:05 GMT
Hi Simon,

the index of a workspace is usually stored in a directory called 

when jackrabbit opens a workspace (usually on startup) and the index directory 
is missing, then it will automatically rebuild the index.


Simon Jentzsch wrote:
> Hello together,
> I'm using the PostgreSQLPersistenceManager and it works great. The 
> reason I stored the data in the db is, because our administrator wants 
> to backup the db using dumps along with other data in the database.
> My Problem is now, even if we have can restore the database from backup, 
> what about the SearchIndex? Is there a way to rebuild the SearchIndex 
> from the data in the database? Because I ussually don't backup data, 
> wich can be rebuild automaticly.
> I tried it, and right now if he can't find the index, we will complain 
> and stop instead of rebuilding the index.
> Thanx...
> Simon
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