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From Erik Hatcher <>
Subject Re: Caching and paging search results
Date Mon, 08 Mar 2004 19:34:05 GMT
In the RealWorld... many applications actually just re-run a search and 
jump to the appropriate page within the hits.... searching is generally 
plenty fast enough to alleviate concerns of caching.

However, if you need to cache Hits, you need to be sure to keep around 
the originating IndexSearcher as well.

A stateful session bean could be used, but I'd opt for a much simpler 
solution as a first pass, such as the first point of just re-running a 
search from scratch.


On Mar 8, 2004, at 2:14 PM, Clandes Tino wrote:

> Hi all,
> could someone describe his expirience in
> implementation of caching, sorting and paging search
> results.
> Is Stateful Session bean appropriate for this?
> My wish is to obtain all search hits only in first
> call, and after that, to iterate through Hit
> Collection and display cached results.
> I have checked SearchBean in contribution section, but
> it does not provide real caching and paging.
> Regards and thanx in advance!
> Milan
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