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From Nathan Ander <>
Subject Re: Lucene & Jetty
Date Sat, 12 Oct 2002 23:52:48 GMT

Thanks for the response. Yes, I agree Jetty is much better. I have an application that reads
unstructured documents and structures the information into a knowledgebase using NLP and AI
heuristics. The primitive crawler I have now is just a script that connects to and reads whatever
URI I point it against. So I want to bring in Lucene to handle the crawling and data acquisition,
while my program deals with the indexing.
The documentation says that lucene needs a server "container", which I assume would be Jetty
in my case, but I can't figure out how to plug the two together.
 Ronald Muller <> wrote:I also use Jetty + Lucene, what exactly is
the problem / are your questions
concerning the use of Jetty (far more better than Tomcat, so stick to it)?


----- Original Message -----
From: "Nathan Ander" 
Sent: Friday, October 11, 2002 11:11 PM
Subject: Lucene & Jetty

> Hi all,
> I'm building a web crawler, and would like to use Lucene to extend some of
the indexng capabilities. I am using Jetty, but the documentation only talks
about TomCat configuration. Can anyone help?
> As a note, I have already built the crawling application and indexing
functionality, but would simply like to replace some of it with the more
sophisticated crawling features in Lucene.
> Thanks
> aj
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