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From Mourad K <>
Subject Re: please help me
Date Fri, 12 Aug 2011 16:21:09 GMT

It is possible to use SOLR which only requires schema configurations for use (based on Lucene).
You'll still need some java to look at the source code and understand things better.
But it's potentially a Java free route to make it work for you as a search solution.

Hope that helps,


On 12 Aug 2011, at 14:34, Yakob wrote:

> the problem you're having is that you haven't learn about java yet.
> you need to know about imports statement, about jars file that contain
> java classes. you need to learn about this first then you can run
> java. the LIA (lucene in action) package that you're downloaded can
> all be run if you put them in the right environment. you just need to
> write the imports statement properly in relation to the folders that
> the existing java classes resides.
> goodluck
> On 8/11/11, Vahideh Tabrizi <> wrote:
>> Dear Saurabh
>> In fact I'm a *beginner*,  I never used java before! now I need to use
>> lucene, and in this part I need to calculate Precision and Recall! I found
>> the code and just copied and pasted it in eclipse enviroment! and when I run
>> this, program dosent know some import classes and some other things!!! (and
>> ofcourse the package!!! as you see in screenshot) , I think I should add
>> something to program which is in sourcefile packege which  I download from
>> (the source code size is 61MB), I
>> downloaded it, it is consist of alot of folders,  but I dont know which one
>> shold I add  and how should I add?!!!!
>> It is all my problem.
>> Thanks alot.
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