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From Leo Galambos <Le...@seznam.cz>
Subject Re: How can I index JSP files?
Date Mon, 28 Jul 2003 02:16:40 GMT
If I understand the Enigma code well, they say, that you must write a 
crawler ;-)

-g-

>"To index the content of JSPs that a user would see using a Web browser,
>you would need to write an application that acts as a Web client, in
>order to mimic the Web browser behaviour. Once you have such an
>application, you should be able to point it to the desired JSP, retrieve
>the contents that the JSP generates, parse it, and feed it to Lucene."
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>I am a newbie to lucene and I would like to enable searching capability
>to my website which is written entirely with JSP and servlets.  Does
>anyone have any experience parsing JSP files in order to create in index
>for/by Lucene?   I would greatly appreciate any help with the matter.
>THanx
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>Russ
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