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From Todd Carrico <>
Subject Re: Parity between Lucene.Net and the original
Date Sun, 12 Oct 2014 12:30:14 GMT
My understanding is that Solr extends lucene.  Not, but the original Java project.
 Solr being easier to work with, and has added features using lucene as a base. is a port of the Java project and is behind the Java version.  It is close enough
in implementation that the Java docs for work for 


> On Oct 12, 2014, at 6:24 AM, Michael O'Shea <> wrote:
> People,
> I was looking into Solr in Azure but then came across Lucene.Net which
> seems to be a better fit for the architecture of my project in Azure.
> I'm reading up on the material available at various resources but I'm not
> finding the answers I need.
> I haven't been able to find if/how Lucene supports these features :
> I've downloaded the full source code from github and looked into it but am
> also having no luck.
> Is there a howto somewhere that would show how Lucene.Net does these things
> ?
> Thanks and regards,
> Michael O'Shea

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