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From "Vladimir Olenin" <VOle...@cihi.ca>
Subject RE: Any experience with spring's lucene support?
Date Fri, 03 Nov 2006 15:14:45 GMT
Haven't used them, but had a look at them some time ago. Seems like a
nice set of helper factory classes to manage Lucene engine through
Spring IoC. Can't do much wrong in here I guess... If you'd be using
Spring in your app, you'd have to come up with similar factories either
way, so probably it'd make sense to reuse the ones in springmodules. The
only 'non-factory' classes I noticed is 'DB indexing'. The only problem
(from my estimations) is that the DB Access layer is fixed to Spring SQL
classes (ie, you probably wouldn't be able to use iBatis or Hibernate
easily).

As to compass, probably these guys have similar Spring classes as well
as some other stuff. One person on the list used it (Compass) in
production environment and says he's quite happy with it.

But generally, it's probably worthwhile to go to SpringModules forum and
Compass forum accordingly for more info...

Vlad

-----Original Message-----
From: lude [mailto:lucene.developer@googlemail.com] 
Sent: Friday, November 03, 2006 1:36 AM
To: java-user
Subject: Re: Any experience with spring's lucene support?

Nobody here, who is using spring-modules?

On 11/1/06, lude <lucene.developer@googlemail.com> wrote:
>
> Hello,
>
> while starting a new project we are thinking about using the 
> spring-modules for working with lucene. See:
> https://springmodules.dev.java.net/
>
> Does anybody has experience with this higher level lucene API?
> How does it compare to Compass?
> (Dis-)Advantages of using spring-modules lucene support?
>
> Thanks
> lude
>

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