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From Otis Gospodnetic <>
Subject Re: May I use a mixture of indexing methods altogether?
Date Sat, 24 Sep 2005 18:53:32 GMT
If I understand you correctly, then yes, you can index documents with
different structures (different field names) in the same index.


--- Ahmet Aksoy <> wrote:

> Hi,
> I have a project seed in my mind.
> I will try to collect everything which have a possibility to be 
> remembered by me some day, and I will index them with Lucene.
> Instead of using simple keywords, I will try to index whole documents
> wherever possible. So, I can start searching with a simple word, and 
> then continue to ask for more detailed answers.
> For example, frequently I forget the name of  my acquintances. But I 
> don't forget their gender. Or, I can remember some other details of 
> them. So, I should index every possible clues.
> But, at the other end, I have some other documents -such as some 
> passwords, etc- which must be encrypted. Then, I must use some
> keywords 
> for them.
> Is it possible to use a mixture of indexing methods for the same 
> clusture of documents? Some of them will be very detailed, and some
> of 
> them will contain only a simple keyword.
> Is it possible?
> Thanks.
> Ahmet Aksoy
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