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From Ian Lea <ian....@gmail.com>
Subject Re: SIMPLE Lucene / MySQL Indexer
Date Wed, 13 Jul 2005 08:18:35 GMT
Something like this?

IndexWriter iw = whatever
ResultSet rs = whatever

while (rs.next()) {
   Document ldoc = new Document();
   ldoc.add(Field.Text("f1", rs.getString("f1"));
   ldoc.add(Field.Unstored("f2", rs.getString("f2"));
   ldoc.add(Field.Keyword("f3", rs.getString("f3"));
   ...
   iw.addDocument(ldoc);
}

rs.close();
iw.close();


On the IDE front, most people seem to use Eclipse nowadays.


--
Ian.

On 13/07/05, Klaus Hubert <klaus_hubert@yahoo.com> wrote:
> Hi,
> 
> I played with several search engines to replace MySQL
> FULLTEXT index and hope that Lucene is the best
> solution for that.
> 
> I am reading Mannings book on Lucene in action and it
> seems to be the most powerful search engine I found so
> far.
> 
> I'm stuck at some problem and need help from you
> experts. I managed to create an index as described in
> the examples. I also managed to read a MySQL database
> in Java.
> 
> My question is, if anybody here has some SIMPLE
> example which does this in one step. I am good in PHP
> and in Visual Basic, but very new to Java. Maybe I'm
> using the wrong tools (NetBeans IDE and JCreator) but
> I don't get it managed to create an Lucene Index on 3
> database fields.
> 
> I appreciate any help.
> 
> Thank you so much,
> 
>   Klaus

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