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Subject: Re: Lucene indexing error

8 okt 2007 kl. 15.58 skrev Narendra yadala > Hi All > > I am getting this error when I am doing Indexing using Lucene. > java.io.IOException Access is denied on > java.io.WinNTFileSystem.createFil

Subject: Re: Re : porting lucene on to mobile phone

8 okt 2007 kl. 15.36 skrev saikrishna venkata pendyala > Has any one tried to port lucene on to a mobile phone. I need a > text-based search engine for mobile phone as part of my project. T

Subject: Lucene indexing error

Hi All I am getting this error when I am doing Indexing using Lucene. java.io.IOException Access is denied on java.io.WinNTFileSystem.createFileExclusively Please let me know if there is any fix for

Subject: Re : porting lucene on to mobile phone

Hai Has any one tried to port lucene on to a mobile phone. I need a text-based search engine for mobile phone as part of my project. Or is there any other J2ME based API which can be us

Subject: Re: Querying the Query object

Yes that sounds like what I was looking for! Thanks. Chris Hostetter wrote > Is there any way to find out if an instance of Query has any terms within it? > I have a custom parser (QueryParser

Subject: Re: Generalized proximity query performance

If I could intelligently rewrite queries this would be better formulated as title "harry potter "~5 genre books Instead since I don 't have that knowledge I should perhaps rewrite several

Subject: Re: norms(String field, byte[] bytes, int offset)

7 okt 2007 kl. 19.26 skrev Michael McCandless > I guess we could change the code to only load up until the end of > the byte array that 's passed in but that weakens the error checking? > Ie if th

Subject: Re: Use of Field(String name, TokenStream tokenStream)

I am observing that a Field constructed using tokenStream i.e Filed fl new Field(String name TokenStream tokenStream) is not converted to the lower case when stored in the index. The ter

Subject: Re: Help with Lucene Indexer crash recovery

That said it should never in fact cause index corruption as far as I know. Lucene is "semi-transactional " at any & all moments you should be able to destroy the JVM and the index will be un

Group of documents.

The only solution that we have in our minds now is to have two indexes one for articles and one for feeds. There are two problems with this approach 1) redundancy this isn 't really a "problem "

Subject: Re: got stuck in running lucene demo

java org.apache.lucene.demo.IndexFiles {full-path-to-lucene}/src i dont know from which directory i have to execute this command. it doesn 't matter which directory you run it from -- that 's w

Subject: Re: norms(String field, byte[] bytes, int offset)

On 10/7/07 Michael McCandless <lucene@(protected) > wrote > Actually MultiReader & MultiSegmentReader make use of this method to > load all norms from each sub-reader into a single byte arra

Subject: Use of Field(String name, TokenStream tokenStream)

Hello Frens I am observing that a Field constructed using tokenStream i.e Filed fl new Field(String name TokenStream tokenStream) is not converted to the lower case when stored in the index. Th

Subject: Re: norms(String field, byte[] bytes, int offset)

Actually MultiReader & MultiSegmentReader make use of this method to load all norms from each sub-reader into a single byte array. I guess we could change the code to only load up until the end of

Subject: Re: norms(String field, byte[] bytes, int offset)

7 okt 2007 kl. 13.47 skrev Michael McCandless > > I think the intention of that method is to load all norms for that > reader > into the byte array so I think it 's reasonable that an exception is

Subject: Re: Lucene newbee quesiton- Term Positions

Hi Eric Thanks for the quick reply. My index does not return any hits when i search for certain phrases . I am very sure that the indexed documents does have those phrases in them. Therefore i w

Subject: Re: Lucene newbee quesiton- Term Positions

7 okt 2007 kl. 18.38 skrev Erick Erickson > I suspect that this is more work than you think not to mention > very slow. This is just due to the nature of an inverted > index.... > > To see what I

Subject: Re: Lucene newbee quesiton- Term Positions

I suspect that this is more work than you think not to mention very slow. This is just due to the nature of an inverted index.... To see what I mean get a copy of Luke and have it reconstruct one o

Subject: Lucene newbee quesiton- Term Positions

Hello I have simple lucene 2.2 index created. I want to list all the terms and their positions in a document. how can I do it ? Can you please provide some sample code. Thanks !

Group of documents.

On 10/6/07 Raghu Ram <raghuram.nadiminti@(protected) > wrote > But then how can i search for feeds ??? I 'm not quite sure what you mean by "search for feeds "... but assuming you want a list of feeds t

Subject: Re: norms(String field, byte[] bytes, int offset)

I think the intention of that method is to load all norms for that reader into the byte array so I think it 's reasonable that an exception is thrown if you provide a byte array that 's too small. Th

Group of documents.

Make a separate index of feeds? alf Raghu Ram wrote > But then how can i search for feeds ??? > > On 10/6/07 Alf Eaton <lists@(protected) > wrote > > Raghu Ram wrote > > > Hi > > > We have an a

Subject: Re: Custom Search algorithm integration

Yes image field is binary. However image size is not more than 1KB. We would use a combination of text search to narrow down the results. But once we get the results we would want to search all ima

Group of documents.

But then how can i search for feeds ??? On 10/6/07 Alf Eaton <lists@(protected) > wrote > > Raghu Ram wrote > > Hi > > We have an application in which we want to index feeds. Each feed > is a

Subject: norms(String field, byte[] bytes, int offset)

I 'm confused by this method. Why is the length set to maxDoc() and not bytes.length? This means that the following snippet will throw an ArrayIndexOutOfBoundsException in most cases byte[] b n

Subject: Re: Custom Search algorithm integration

I presume that the image field is a binary field right? I can think of a couple of things that _may_ work for you 1. You create a dummy token on the "image " field and then store the image data

Group of documents.

Raghu Ram wrote > Hi > We have an application in which we want to index feeds. Each feed is a > collection of articles and some other metadata. The problem is that > sometimes we want to searc

Subject: Re: Custom Search algorithm integration

Thank you Grant but FuntionQuery doesnt solve the problem. Looks like I didnt explain the problem properly. Let me try it again 1. We have a document in which there are 4 text fields and a image fi

Subject: Re: Help with Lucene Indexer crash recovery

"vivek sar " <vivextra@(protected) > wrote > Sorry I 'm using Lucene 2.2. We are using Lucene to index our database > (Oracle) into documents for full-text search feature. Here is the > process of indexi

Subject: Re: lucene optimal configuration

For tips on improving indexing performance start here http //wiki.apache.org/lucene-java/ImproveIndexingSpeed And for searching performance here http //wiki.apache.org/lucene-java/ImproveS
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