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From Daniel Cortes <>
Subject Re: LIMO problems
Date Thu, 09 Dec 2004 16:07:24 GMT
I've the last version of LIMO.
It is running in a Tomcat and I can't add any Index and don't load the 
index that I create the index before from console (java 
org.apache.lucene.demo.IndexFiles ...)
This is the reasson that I demand the structure of 
because this file don't exist and this maner I can force to load the 
localitation of de Index File.
Thanks for your time.

Another question:
I think to do a multi search web of my personal site.
what do you think about I use PDFLibrary and textmining for search in 
files not plain text.

PD: true  true, my english it's so bad

Luke Francl wrote:

>On Thu, 2004-12-09 at 07:32, Daniel Cortes wrote:
>>Hi, I'm tying Limo (Index Monitor of Lucene) and I have a problem, 
>>obviously it will be a silly problem but now I don't
>>have solution.
>>Someone can tell me how structure it have file?
>>because I have any example thanks.
>>If you know another web-aplication for administration Lucenes Index say me.
>>Thanks for all, and excuse me for my silly questions.
>Julien or I will be happy to help you, but I need more information. What
>version of LIMO are you using?
>In LIMO 0.5.2, Julien added a new feature which allows you to configure
>the LIMO web application while it is running through the
>This file is in the standard Java properties file format:
><index name>=<filesystem location>
>However, you shouldn't need to care about this detail, as there is a
>method to add indexes from the web application.
>If you have any other questions, please don't hesitate to ask.
>Luke Francl
>LIMO developer
>P.S.: LIMO 0.5.2 adds a new index file browser that shows you some
>interesting details about your index files. Check it out!
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