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From Thomas Krämer <kraem...@smail.uni-koeln.de>
Subject Re: Indexing of deep structured XML
Date Fri, 16 Jan 2004 13:28:08 GMT
Hi Karl, ol' fellow


try the apache commons digester.
there is a nice explanation about how it works written by thomas habing.

regards

thomas

TheRanger@gmx.net wrote:
> Hello all,
> 
> it is obviously possible to index the follwoing XML structure in Lucene:
> 
> <address>
>   <name/>
>   <street/>
>   <postcode/>
>   <niceplace/>
> </address>
> 
> by mapping all the xml tags (name, street, postcode and city) it to the
> documents (address) fields directly. However is it also possible to map these?
> 
> <address>
>   <name/>
>   <street/>
>   <area>
>     <niceplace/>
>   </area>
> </address>
> 
> Here we have a hierarchy in area (niceplace) which I want to preserve.
> Suppose that the meaning of niceplace in an area is different from the niceplace
> in the first xml structure (closer specified). I want to preserve this. 
> 
> Is there a way to index with Lucene means? If not, are there any attempt of
> people doing this or does somebody have ideas how this could be solved?
> 
> Cheers,
> Karl
> 


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