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From mahaveer jain <>
Subject Re: Deleting index for DB indexing
Date Thu, 30 Dec 2004 16:36:04 GMT
I am indexing more that 5 tables. And each for them have autoincrement and that is the primary
key. So if I do find DocNum, it may so happen that it may delete document I don't want to
Paul <> wrote:
Alternative: create a hashed value which is unique within your DB
(e.g. use md5). Afterwards you can delete documents from the index
with the IndexReader(Term).
Without that additional field you can use the IndexSearcher to
retrieve your documents from the index and then use
IndexReader(DocNum) to delete these documents


On Thu, 30 Dec 2004 07:18:39 -0800 (PST), mahaveer jain
> Hi All,
> I am using lucene for my DB indexing. I have 2 columns which are Keyword.
> Now I want to delete my index based on this 2 keyword.
> Is it possible ? If no. What is other alternative ?
> Thanks
> Mahaveer
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