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From mark harwood <markharw...@yahoo.co.uk>
Subject Re: Web-based Luke
Date Wed, 14 Nov 2007 17:28:19 GMT
>>This is neat, Mark!
Thanks - GWT rocks.

>>Then it became clear to me that it's
 actually the _remote_ filesystem one is looking at (the server's).

Yes, that's a potentially worrying security issue that needs locking down carefully. I think
one mode of operation should be that Luke Server is started with a pre-configured list of
indices that can be opened rather than purely relying solely on a web-based "File/open" dialog.

There's a related area of configuration that cuts across a number of Lucene applications that
I think would be useful to consider. I wanted to add the facility to configure and store *with
the index* a definition of which analyzers are used for which fields. Now I think SOLR has
such a configuration. All my applications certainly tend to have a similar configuration.
Now I want to add this kind of metadata to Luke. 

Is it worth resurrecting the debate about a standardized form of recording the choice of analyzer
configuration (for both query and write) alongside our indexes? XMLEncoder/XMLDecoder serialised
PerFieldAnalyserWrappers is one approach.

Cheers
Mark

----- Original Message ----
From: Dawid Weiss <dawid.weiss@cs.put.poznan.pl>
To: java-dev@lucene.apache.org
Sent: Wednesday, 14 November, 2007 4:55:22 PM
Subject: Re: Web-based Luke


> I'm putting together a Google Web Toolkit-based version of Luke:
>    http://www.inperspective.com/lucene/Luke.war

This is neat, Mark!

At first I thought: darn, how the heck is he accessing the filesystem
 from 
JavaScript (GWT or otherwise)?! Then it became clear to me that it's
 actually 
the _remote_ filesystem one is looking at (the server's).

Anyway, Luke through WWW looks very interesting.

Dawid


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