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From Victor Lee <victor_email...@yahoo.com>
Subject Re: Best Way To Index Database Using Lucene?
Date Mon, 07 Nov 2005 01:51:43 GMT
I forgot to mention that if I use php-java-bridge to
use Lucene to index at the same time I input the data
into the mysql db, I don't even need to use JDBC.  If
I  index inside the business logic layer which is
java, then I will have to use JDBC.

--- Victor Lee <victor_emailbox@yahoo.com> wrote:

> Hi,
>   I use php and mysql.  The visitors enters data
> through the web and the data is stored in the
> database.  I want to make portions of that data to
> be
> searchable using Lucene.  
> 
> I am thinking of giving that data to Lucene for
> indexing at the same time of inputing that same data
> into the database.  Is it a good idea?  or should I
> just make php to input all the data into the mysql
> db
> without indexing, and then just periodally update
> the
> index?  
> 
> What's your suggestion?   Many thanks.
> 
> 
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