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From Santiago Gala <santiago.g...@gmail.com>
Subject Re: Jackrabbit-standalone not indexing fulltext files
Date Tue, 22 Oct 2013 13:04:36 GMT
Any clue about this behavior? is it the expected one? I understood that
jackrabbit-standalone would index text files out of the box, but maybe it
is no longer true.

Regards
Santiago


On Thu, Oct 17, 2013 at 1:20 PM, Santiago Gala <santiago.gala@gmail.com>wrote:

> Hi, I'm not sure if I'm missing something, but jackrabbit out of the box
> is not indexing full text files. It is happening with 2.6.3, 2.7.1 and git
> 2.8-SNAPSHOT
>
> To reproduce it:
> * download jackrabbit-standalone
> * To create a fresh repository:
> sgala@axolotl:/tmp$ cd test
> sgala@axolotl:/tmp/test$ java -jar
> ~/Downloads/jackrabbit-standalone-2.6.3.jar -d
> Welcome to Apache Jackrabbit!
> -------------------------------
> Using repository directory jackrabbit
> Writing log messages to jackrabbit/log
> Starting the server...
> Apache Jackrabbit is now running at http://localhost:8080/
>
> In a separate window:
> sgala@axolotl:~/Code/jackrabbit$ java -jar
>  ~/Downloads/jackrabbit-standalone-2.6.3.jar -i
> http://localhost:8080/server
> WARN Required credentials not available for BASIC <any
> realm>@localhost:8080
> WARN Preemptive authentication requested but no default credentials
> available
> WARN Required credentials not available for BASIC <any
> realm>@localhost:8080
> WARN Preemptive authentication requested but no default credentials
> available
> WARN Required credentials not available for BASIC <any
> realm>@localhost:8080
> WARN Preemptive authentication requested but no default credentials
> available
> WARN Required credentials not available for BASIC <any
> realm>@localhost:8080
> WARN Preemptive authentication requested but no default credentials
> available
> [/] > logout
> elapsed time: 2 ms.
> [not logged in] > login admin
> Password:
> elapsed time: 1527 ms.
> [/] > importfilesystem README.txt
> elapsed time: 79 ms.
> [/*] > importfilesystem RELEASE-NOTES.txt
> elapsed time: 21 ms.
> [/*] > save
> elapsed time: 121 ms.
> [/] > quit
> Good bye...
>
> Now, for instance, http://localhost:8080/search.jsp?q=text finds both
> files by mimeType, but not a single word in the document. I have tried a
> number of things to fix it, to no avail. I have literally spent hours
> googling and finding solutions that seem to be for jackrabbit 1 or that
> simply don't work. Any clue how to make jackrabbit index the contents?
>
> TIA
> Santiago
>
>
>

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