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Subject: Storage of norms array

Hi All Currently I am using document.setBoost for setting a boost proportionate to some other parameter. For ex p is my parameter whose value is 5.0f I am using document.setBoost(p) for making this

Subject: Re: Please unsubscribe me from this group mail

Uttam To unsubscribe you need to send an email to java-user-unsubscribe@(protected) -- Joe Attardi jattardi@(protected) http //thinksincode.blogspot.com/ On 10/9/07 Barik Uttam <Uttam.Bari

Subject: Re: Grouping by field value

Sure. You can either build up the string and let QueryParser handle it or construct your very own BooleanQuery appropriately. The second is what I 'd try first. Best Erick On 10/8/07 Cool Coder <tec

Subject: Re: Lucene newbee quesiton- Term Positions

I certainly applaud your effort to dig in and find out what 's going on! However I suspect you 'll get farther faster by trying one of several tactics 1 > post the indexing code and the searching code

Subject: Re: Hadoop/Lucene/Nutch user in Beijing Get Together?

xing wo ye canjia . ok I am enrolled. tian chunfeng On 10/9/07 KenWu <kenwudi@(protected) > wrote > > i`m in Beijing reading Hadoop/Lucene/Nutch source code every day. > > On 10/9/07 qi wu <che

Subject: Re: Hadoop/Lucene/Nutch user in Beijing Get Together?

i`m in Beijing reading Hadoop/Lucene/Nutch source code every day. On 10/9/07 qi wu <chee.wu@(protected) > wrote > > Hi > I find some people from China also are in Lucene related mail list. Do any > o

Subject: Hadoop/Lucene/Nutch user in Beijing Get Together?

Hi I find some people from China also are in Lucene related mail list. Do any one have interest to meet together for exprience sharing or just for known each other. If you were interested pls drop

Subject: Weird operator precedence with default operator AND

Hi I 've been going nuts trying to use LuceneParser parse query strings using the default operator AND correctly String queryString getQueryString() QueryParser parser new QueryParser( "text "

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Subject: Re: Lucene indexing error

Thanks very much for the information. I did not include the other portion of the stack trace because it was totally belonging to Jackrabbit library. Now I guess the problem is due to the fact that Jac

Subject: Re: Grouping by field value

>If Solr will work for you it has faceting built in. Let me check with Solr whether I can use Solr. > > My next question is very simple I just wanted to search more than one field something like se

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

8 okt 2007 kl. 19.17 skrev saikrishna venkata pendyala > > You only require boolean term queries? And no scoring sorting or > > anything like that? > > > > In that case it should not be that hard to

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

> You want to create 1 7 million documents containing a short and > indexed field title and a stored field file name? Yes this is what I need. if i may make a modest proposal i would sugg

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

Sorry I couldn 't frame my question correctly due to typos. this is what you said earlier " " " You only require boolean term queries? And no scoring sorting or anything like that? In that case it s

Subject: Re: Grouping by field value

On 10/8/07 Cool Coder <techcool.kumar@(protected) > wrote > I just started working on a lucene based project and I need your help on the following queries. > The result of search needs to show a summar

Subject: Re: Lucene indexing error

I think this bug is related to the one posted on Lucene JIRA http //issues.apache.org/jira/browse/LUCENE-665 Please let me know if there is any solution to this bug of Lucene. note that the i

Subject: Grouping by field value

Hello Gurus I just started working on a lucene based project and I need your help on the following queries. The result of search needs to show a summary based on a Field value. One o

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

8 okt 2007 kl. 18.52 skrev saikrishna venkata pendyala > Can I use ucene with some changs for the purpose of matching and > with OUT > SCORING the query given. Sorry but I don 't understand you

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

On 10/8/07 Karl Wettin <karl.wettin@(protected) > wrote > > > 8 okt 2007 kl. 18.13 skrev saikrishna venkata pendyala > > > I need the name of the file in which the best matched title exists. > > Don 't

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

8 okt 2007 kl. 18.13 skrev saikrishna venkata pendyala > I need the name of the file in which the best matched title exists. > Don 't I > need scoring here. I don 't know how you would decide what

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

On 10/8/07 Karl Wettin <karl.wettin@(protected) > wrote > > > 8 okt 2007 kl. 17.40 skrev saikrishna venkata pendyala > > > I have abt 17 00 000 documents in 1000 files. I need to index the > > titles

Subject: Re: Lucene indexing error

But then the core problem is that the index that is created is in a totally corrupted state. So deleting or keeping the lock does not make a difference as the Index itself is not created properly. The

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

8 okt 2007 kl. 17.40 skrev saikrishna venkata pendyala > I have abt 17 00 000 documents in 1000 files. I need to index the > titles of > those documents with out storing the titles and storing t

Subject: Re: Lucene indexing error

Lucene creates an lock on the index before using it and then unlock the index after using it. If the lucene is interuptted and is closed by force the index remains in locked state and it cannot be u

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

Hai Thank you for responding. I have abt 17 00 000 documents in 1000 files. I need to index the titles of those documents with out storing the titles and storing the file name. When ever I i

Subject: Re: Lucene indexing error

I think this bug is related to the one posted on Lucene JIRA http //issues.apache.org/jira/browse/LUCENE-665 Please let me know if there is any solution to this bug of Lucene. Thanks Narendra On 1

Subject: Re: Lucene indexing error

On 10/8/07 Narendra yadala <narendra.yadala@(protected) > wrote > > I do have permission to access Lucene files. They reside on my local > machine. > But still this is giving the error.I am using Windo

Subject: Re: Lucene indexing error

I do have permission to access Lucene files. They reside on my local machine. But still this is giving the error.I am using Windows XP operationg system. Regards Narendra On 10/8/07 Joe Attardi <j

Subject: Re: Lucene indexing error

On 10/8/07 Narendra yadala <narendra.yadala@(protected) > wrote > > This is the relevant portion of the stack trace > > Caused by java.io.IOException Access is denied > at java.io.WinNTFileSys

Subject: Re: Lucene indexing error

This is the relevant portion of the stack trace Caused by java.io.IOException Access is denied at java.io.WinNTFileSystem.createFileExclusively(Native Method) at java.io.File.createNew
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