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From Peter Carlson <carl...@bookandhammer.com>
Subject Re: (ZipDirectory) RE: storing index in third party database.
Date Thu, 04 Apr 2002 15:30:30 GMT
I have just been doing tests. I still haven't comepleted it.

Also, this was for the data, not the index.

If you're still interested, I'll send the code when I complete it.

--Peter

On 4/4/02 2:31 AM, "Karl Øie" <karl@gan.no> wrote:

> could you put up the source? i would really appreciate it.
> 
> mvh karl øie
> 
> On Wednesday 03 April 2002 21:27, you wrote:
>> I am doing some testing on managing the underlying data in a zip archive
>> and found that there is about a 15ms hit to use a zip vs. grabbing directly
>> from file system.
>> 
>> This is very reasonable for me vs. having to manage moving around a 1000's
>> + files.
>> 
>> --Peter
>> 
>> On 4/3/02 9:10 AM, "Spencer, Dave" <dave@lumos.com> wrote:
>>> Another interesting variation - possibly - is storing the index in a zip
>>> file
>>> (thus we'd have "ZipDirectory"). Then, say, the index would be in one
>>> on-disk-file
>>> (thus, "easier to manage") and in some applet applications the whole
>>> thing could
>>> easily/efficiently be loaded.
>>> 
>>> Just did a test and a on-disk index of 8658 blocks (via "du -s" ) turned
>>> into
>>> a zip file of 4275 blocks, thus approx 50% compression is possible.
>>> 
>>> -----Original Message-----
>>> From: amithnz@netscape.net [mailto:amithnz@netscape.net]
>>> Sent: Tuesday, April 02, 2002 10:08 PM
>>> To: lucene-user@jakarta.apache.org
>>> Subject: storing index in third party database.
>>> 
>>> 
>>> Hi all
>>> 
>>> I want to index the datas which I already stored in a thirdparty
>>> database table and develop a search facility using lucene. I am thinking
>>> of storing this indexes back to the database in another table. I know
>>> for this we have to create a 'directory' which do all the indexing
>>> operations,
>>> 
>>> for example
>>> 
>>> Indexwriter indwriter = new Indexwriter("dirStore",null,create);
>>> 
>>> where dirStore is the directory, create is boolean.
>>> 
>>> but I don't know the format to be followed for the
>>> directory(dirStore).Please help  me if anybody has done similar thing.
>>> TIA
>>> Amith
>>> 
>>> 
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