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From holmberg2...@comcast.net (Greg Holmberg)
Subject Re: Using UIMA for structured data sources
Date Mon, 04 Aug 2008 21:39:13 GMT
Gert--


I'm not sure I understand what you're trying to build.  Your description is a little vague.
 Perhaps you could provide some use-cases?

I recommend that you read the UIMA docs and then ask any questions you still have.

Be aware the UIMA is not a search engine.  If all you want to do is index some documents,
then maybe all you need is Apache Lucene.  For the structured side, maybe you need a data
warehouse.  Or maybe you just want to index some of the CLOBs and VARCHARS into a search engine.
 It's hard to tell from your description.


Greg Holmberg

 -------------- Original message ----------------------
From: "Villemos, Gert" <gert.villemos@logica.com>
> We have a number of data sources, some of which are fully structured,
> other which are informal (unstructured). We would like to create a
> central search facility covering structured as well as unstructured
> data. 
> UIMA seems to fit the bill, but is focused on unstructured data.
> Can/should I use it to also integrate structured data? 
>  
> If yes, what are the modules which I must develop for the framework?
>  
> If no, what tools should I use in combination with UIMA to integrate
> unstructured data?
>  
> Thanks,
> Gert.
> 
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