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From prave...@ittc.ku.edu
Subject Re: Index Question
Date Mon, 19 Dec 2005 02:07:54 GMT
Thanks for the reply. I thought of doing it. I downloaded the latest
source and tried to build it using ant. I am new to using 'ant'. It gives
me an error and I think the problem is with 'rmic'. I never came across
this before either. It says -

BUILD FAILED
/projects/keyconcept/praveen/lucene-1.4.3/build.xml:145: Rmic failed; see
the compiler error output for details.

I am also attaching the output from ant. Is it a problem with the
installation of rmic or java or ant or am I doing something wrong?

I dont know if this is the right place to ask this, but any help will be
greatly appreciated.

Thanks,

Praveen.


> On 12/19/05, praveenl@ittc.ku.edu <praveenl@ittc.ku.edu> wrote:
>> Hi,
>>
>> I know that lucene index takes a directory of files to be indexed and
>> builds the index. Now is there a way to specify the number of files from
>> the directory to be indexed?
>>
>> I mean if I have a directory of 10,000 files and I want an index of only
>> 2000 files from these 10k files, how can specify the limit?
>>
>
> Lucene is only a search engine library. This means you can customize
> Lucene to behave exactly how you want it to behave. For your issue, I
> guess the fastest way is to modify the Lucene demo program to only
> read 2000 files instead of every single file in the directory.
>
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