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From Chris Lu <chris...@gmail.com>
Subject Re: Databases
Date Fri, 23 Jul 2010 07:01:36 GMT
3) Sounds you want to use Lucene for storage, without databases like 
mysql. It may work, but hard for later data management.
1) and 2) You can use mysql as main storage, and pull data out to create 
Lucene indexes. Pay attention to incremental changes. It's a continuous 
process, not one-time data import. Or you would have to put a hook in 
your program to write new content to the index. Anyway, you can get it 
work, but maybe not as simple as you expected.

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On 7/22/2010 10:46 PM, manjula wijewickrema wrote:
> Hi,
>
> Normally, when I am building my index directory for indexed documents, I
> used to keep my indexed files simply in a directory called 'filesToIndex'.
> So in this case, I do not use any standar database management system such
> as mySql or any other.
>
> 1) Will it be possible to use mySql or any other for the purpose of manage
> indexed documents in Lucene?
>
> 2) Is it necessary to follow such kind of methodology with Lucene?
>
> 3) If we do not use such type of database management system, will there be
> any disadvantages with large number of indexed files?
>
> Appreciate any reply from you.
> Thanks,
> Manjula.
>
>    


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