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From Rick Hillegas <Richard.Hille...@Sun.COM>
Subject Re: How to Integrate Lucene/Nutch with Mysql?
Date Tue, 25 Oct 2005 14:03:03 GMT
Hi Sam,

I asked a similar question yesterday, and Steven Rowe kindly pointed me 
at the following code and examples, which you can use to integrate 
Lucene with Derby:


For the record, Derby is the Apache open source database. It's a 
full-featured relational database backed by an active open source 


Sam Lee wrote:

> My network is designed to have a bunch of advertisers
>to enter their ads with keywords.  I think of using
>mysql to store those, and then use lucene and part of
>nutch to index them from mysql db, so that the
>websites can find and show the ads.  But how do I
>integrate lucene/nutch with mysql?  Do you have any
>recommendation about websites that talk about that or
>have examples?
>I know that nutch has its own file system.  But it's
>not possible to throw mysql db all away, right?  I
>think I got to use some kind of db like mysql because
>data can be changed easily.  
>Many thanks.
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