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From Chris Hostetter <>
Subject Re: Lucene Eclipse Integration
Date Tue, 25 Apr 2006 17:33:42 GMT

First off: i've changed the reply to be the java-user@lucene list ... that
is the appropriate place to ask questions about using the Lucene APIs.

Second: once you have a test index built, and you can do some test
searches to verify it contains what you think it does (take a look at Luke
to be sure) read up on the IndexReader.terms method and the TermEnum class
-- it's the easiest way to get a list of every term in your index.  Then
takes a look at IndexReader.termDocs and the TermDocs class -- that's how
you can get a list of every document that matches a particular term

: Date: Tue, 25 Apr 2006 02:01:16 -0700 (PDT)
: From: Aodh <>
: Reply-To:
: To:
: Subject: Lucene Eclipse Integration
: Hi, I want to create a back-of-book type index for Eclipse help (not
: available by default). This index will list all indexed terms such that the
: indexed term may be clicked and the original document displayed (as in MS
: style help systems).
: Where should I begin? The first thing I suppose would be, how do I access
: the indexed terms (using Lucene's API) and have them e.g. display on a HTML
: page with hyperlinks to the original doc.
: Any help appreciated.
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