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By kafrlust
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Published: Dec 28 2013 / 05:11

Apache Lucene is a widely used text search engine and in this tutorial we will see how to create an index of the database records
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lburnham123 replied ago:

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This article has got to be a joke. There's nothing DB-specific in it, just some mysterious "DAO" object which contains data to be indexed. How is that different from indexing a file? (Also, as friendly advice: if you write up an article it's better to do some research first to see what exists already. You would have found Hibernate Search quickly, and have gotten an idea what such a solution might do.)

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kafrlust replied ago:

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I think you are a bit overly critic about this one Lester (am I saying it right?).Was the point of this article of how to use DAO pattern?No.Is there an article on the site on DAOs? yes.Oh and I know about Hibernate Search.And there will be an article on it sometime.And since we both know it is based on lucene why not to start from lucene? :)

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kafrlust replied ago:

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I think you are a bit overly critic about this one Lester (am I saying it right?).Was the point of this article of how to use DAO pattern?No.Is there an article on the site on DAOs? yes.Oh and I know about Hibernate Search.And there will be an article on it sometime.And since we both know it is based on lucene why not to start from lucene? :)

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