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From Ian Lea <>
Subject Re: update index for user defined types
Date Tue, 29 Jan 2013 13:45:23 GMT
Well, lucene is a java API so if you can make java calls from an
Oracle stored procedure, maybe you can make it work.  Sounds a
terrible idea to me, but then using Oracle is, in my opinion, a
terrible idea, as are stored procedures.

How about using the stored procedure to set some "reindexthisrecord"
column on the database row and have a separate chunk of code that does
the index updates driven by that.  If you're using solr you should
surely update the index via solr calls.


On Tue, Jan 29, 2013 at 12:59 PM, solruser13 <> wrote:
> Hi
> we are using oracle stored procedure which accepts UDT ( java object ) and
> returns the results as UDT ( java object ).
> we want to use this SP to update the index. Does lucene allows updating
> index in such a scenario.
> we plan to use solr ( solr uses lucene library ) for building index and
> search functionality.
> thanks,
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