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Subject: multiple Tokens in a Tokengroup not matching

Hi I 've inherited some Lucene 1.9.1 code and have run into the following problem I have a TokenGroup with multiple tokens in it and a query that should match against multiple tokens (e.g. X an

Subject: Fwd: Oracle-Lucene integration (OJVMDirectory and Lucene Domain Index) - LON

From J. Delgado <jdelgado@(protected) > Date Sep 13 2007 7 27 PM Subject Oracle-Lucene integration (OJVMDirectory and Lucene Domain Index) - LONG To java-dev@(protected) Cc solr-dev@(protected)

Subject: Re: regarding FieldSelector

Searcher is a Searchable and Searchable defines the doc() method with FieldSelector but I suppose we could add an abstract declaration of it to Searcher since it has to be implemented on all der

Subject: Re: Treating values of numeric fields as numbers

Hi Eric Yes they help for particularly this problem - they shrik all avilable Longs to 14 character strings. So they free me from the limitation that I wrote about (1970 - 2280 years). So now the

Subject: HTMLParser and Chinese

Hello! I want to index an HTML document with the lucene demo but have problems parsing some Chinese files. I changed code in the HTMLDocument class as to be able to define the encoding of the doc

Subject: Re: regarding FieldSelector

actually I show the result with pagination support and they have option to choose the number of records per page. and yes I should provide a test program but about the HitCollector I already crea

Subject: Re: Java Heap Space -Out Of Memory Error

It works finally .i use Lucene 2.2 in my application.thanks testn and Mike Michael McCandless-2 wrote > > > It sounds like there may be a Lucene version mismatch? When Luke was used > it was li

Lucene

I want to know what type of setup i need to get started with Lucene. Do i need Java and Apache Tomcat on Windows XP. Devinder On 14/09/2007 Devinder Singh <devinbhullar@(protected) > wrote > > Hi

Lucene

Hi Chris Thanks do you also have a channel on IRC so we wan communicate. Devinder On 14/09/2007 Chris Lu <chris.lu@(protected) > wrote > > Hi Devinder > > Lucene is agnostic of any database confi

Lucene

Hi Devinder Lucene is agnostic of any database configuration. You need to pull data via jdbc out and feed it to Lucene to create an index file and then use Lucene API to search on it. -- Chris

Lucene

> Hi > > I want to use Apache Lucene to do a full text search for Postgresql. > > May i know the set up requirements and if it supports postgresql > > -- > Devinder -- Devinder

Subject: Re: Treating values of numeric fields as numbers

Ivan - have you considered using NumberUtils? <http //lucene.zones.apache.org 8080/hudson/job/Lucene-Nightly/ javadoc/org/apache/lucene/document/NumberTools.html > I 'm curious if those utility m

Subject: Re: search results with sort

Hi Thanks. However I tested with more terms in title field for instance lucene sort abc_def and that works. I deleted the old index file and re-index the whole documents again and

Subject: Re: Tokenization question

On 13-Sep-07 at 12 37 PM Dan Luria wrote > What I do is > > Doc1 source_doc > Doc2 new Document() > foreach (field f in doc1.getfields) { > Doc2.Add(new Field(doc1.getField(key) doc1.getField

Subject: Re: Tokenization question

What I do is Doc1 source_doc Doc2 new Document() foreach (field f in doc1.getfields) { Doc2.Add(new Field(doc1.getField(key) doc1.getField(value)) } but when i pull the fields from Doc1 i nev

Subject: Re: search results with sort

I have this exception there are more terms than documents in field "Title " but it 's impossible to sort on tokenized fields. I 'm try to sort the result by Title and the field title is

Subject: Re: regarding FieldSelector

I 'm not entirely sure. So what I 'd do if I were you is write a little test program and step through it in the debugger and see <G >.... But if you 're only allowing the user to fetch a single document

Subject: Treating values of numeric fields as numbers

Hi All I have made some changes in my Lucene source so that values of numeric fields to be treated as numbers but not as Strings. After testing everything seems to work correctly but I still wou

Subject: Re: Problem in building Lucene

Also ensure that you didn 't inadvertently add an older version of your Jar file somewhere in your classpath. Eclipse will take the first it comes to and skip any others found later on in the path

Subject: Re: Java Heap Space -Out Of Memory Error

As Mike mentioned what is the version of Lucene you are using? Plus can you also post the stacktrace? Sebastin wrote > > Hi testn > i wrote the case wrongly actually the error is

Subject: Re: Java Heap Space -Out Of Memory Error

Hi testn i wrote the case wrongly actually the error is java.io.ioexception file not found-segments testn wrote > > Should the file be "segments_8 " and "segments.gen "? Why is it "S

Subject: Re: Java Heap Space -Out Of Memory Error

It sounds like there may be a Lucene version mismatch? When Luke was used it was likely based on Lucene 2.2 but it sounds like an older version of Lucene is now being used to open the index? Mike

Subject: Re: Problem in building Lucene

Try to reread jar file on Eclipse. To do it right-click on your project then choose refresh. Thank you Koji sandeep chawla wrote > I have to change lucene code for some reason. > > I changed th

Subject: Re: Java Heap Space -Out Of Memory Error

Should the file be "segments_8 " and "segments.gen "? Why is it "Segment "? The case is different. Sebastin wrote > > java.io.IoException File Not Found- Segments is the error message > > testn wr

Subject: Re: Java Heap Space -Out Of Memory Error

java.io.IoException File Not Found- Segments is the error message testn wrote > > What is the error message? Probably Mike Erick or Yonik can help you > better on this since I 'm no one in index

Subject: Re: regarding FieldSelector

well actually I have 5 index directory and it will increase in future. and the thing is that each document about 20 fields on average. considering many users may connect to the system (we anticipate

Subject: Problem in building Lucene

I have to change lucene code for some reason. I changed the source code of the lucene and ran the ant command on build.xml. it created a jar file in build directory then i added the jar file to my p

Subject: Re: regarding FieldSelector

Do you have any evidence that you 're having a performance issue? If not I 'd just do the simple thing and ignore the rest. The performance issues I found were because I was spinning through many many

Subject: Re: Tokenization question

If I 'm understanding you correctly the answer is... maybe kinda. Take a look at some of the Luke code. That tries to reconstruct document fields from the index but it 's lossy. So it depends upon wh

Subject: Re: Java Heap Space -Out Of Memory Error

What is the error message? Probably Mike Erick or Yonik can help you better on this since I 'm no one in index area. Sebastin wrote > > HI testn > 1.I optimize the Large Indexes of s
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