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From MMach...@LEVI.com
Subject Great Lucene!!!
Date Thu, 22 May 2003 12:18:36 GMT
Hi, me again, but I don't find something that could help me in the Lucene's
examples. Also I verified that the all files were indexed. Can somebody help
me, Thanks

Michel

 

 

from: Machado, Michel 

Sent: Tuesday, May 20, 2003 9:09 PM

To: 'Lucene Users List'

Subject: Lucene i like it!!!

 

 

Hi guys,

 

I am new in Lucene but i like  a lot. I am trying to develop a search
engine. 

I have two problems:

First

I did a program for indexing files, here the code:

 

public void indexFile(String filename) throws Exception {

            IndexWriter writer;

            writer = new IndexWriter(path, new SimpleAnalyzer(), false);

 

            InputStream is = new FileInputStream(filename);

 

              

            Document doc = new Document();

            doc.add(Field.UnIndexed("path", filename));

            doc.add(Field.Text("body", (Reader) new InputStreamReader(is)));

 

            writer.addDocument(doc);

            is.close();

            writer.close();

 

      }

 

when I do a search I receive severals links and the first is the link that I
need. The others link appear because the query have some letter or number
that match with the name of content of the file??? I don't know. I need a
help.

 

Second

I did a program for indexing a directory recursivily (my English is very
poor, I hope that you understand), here the code:

 

public void indexDirectory(String dir) throws Exception {

 

            File file = new File(dir);

 

            if (file.isDirectory()) {

                  File[] f = file.listFiles();

                  for (int x = 0; x < f.length; x++) {

                        if (f[x].isDirectory()) {

                              System.out.println("DIRECTORY:" +

f[x].getName());

                              // search recursive in directory

      

indexDirectory(f[x].getAbsolutePath());

                        } else {

 

                              System.out.println("  FILE: " +

f[x].getName());

                              indexFile(f[x].getAbsolutePath());

                        }

                  }

 

            } else {

                  System.out.println("  FILE: " + file.getName());

                  indexFile(file.getAbsolutePath());

            }

 

      }

When I do a search after to do an indexing of a directory with files only I
have the FIRST problem. But when I do a search after to do an indexing of a
directory with subdirectories and this subdirectories with others
subdirectories and this others subdirectories with files, is  not possible
to find the file that I want. What happens, there is an error in my code???
Some help I will appreciate.

 

Regards,

Michel

 


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