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From Sergiu Gordea <>
Subject Re: Searching against Database
Date Thu, 15 Jul 2004 06:58:11 GMT

I have a simillar problem. I'm working on a web application in which the 
users have different permissions.
Not all information stored in the index is public for all users.

The documents in Index are identified by the same  ID that the  rows 
have in database tables.

I can get the  IDs of the documents that can be accesible by the user, 
but if this are 1000, what will happen in Lucene?

 Is this a valid solution? Can anyone provide a better idea?



lingaraju wrote:

>Even i am searching the same code as all my web display information is
>stored  in database.
>Early response will be very much helpful
>Thanks and regards
>----- Original Message ----- 
>From: "Hetan Shah" <Hetan.Shah@Sun.COM>
>To: "Lucene Users List" <>
>Sent: Thursday, July 15, 2004 5:56 AM
>Subject: Searching against Database
>>Hello All,
>>I have got all the answers from this fantastic mailing list. I have
>>another question ;)
>>What is the best way (Best Practices) to integrate Lucene with live
>>database, Oracle to be more specific. Any pointers are really very much
>>thanks guys.
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