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Solr many programming languages. All rights reserved. Solr in Action. Using a custom sort method. Chris A.
Its high-performance, easy-to-use API, features like numeric fields, payloads, near-real-time search, and huge increases in indexing and searching speed make it the leading search tool.
And with clear writing, reusable examples, and unmatched advice, Lucene in Action, Second Edition is still the definitive guide to effectively integrating search into your applications. It introduces you to searching, sorting, and filtering, and covers the numerous improvements to Lucene since the first edition.
Source code is for Lucene 3. Michael McCandless is a Lucene PMC member and committer with more than a decade of experience building search engines. Lucene in Action, Second Edition.
Table of Contents takes you straight to the book detailed table of contents. Meet Lucene 1. Dealing with information explosion.
Lucene and the components of a search application. Lucene in action: Understanding the core indexing classes. Understanding the core searching classes.
Building a search index 2. How Lucene models content.
Understanding the indexing process. Indexing numbers, dates, and times. Other directory implementations. Concurrency, thread safety, and locking issues.
Adding search to your application 3. Implementing a simple search feature. Parsing query expressions: Using analyzers. Synonyms, aliases, and words that mean the same.
Advanced search techniques 5. Querying on multiple fields at once.
Custom scoring using function queries. Searching across multiple Lucene indexes. Loading fields with FieldSelector. Extending search 6. Using a custom sort method. Extracting text with Tika 7.
What is Tika? Extracting text programmatically.
Essential Lucene extensions 8. Luke, the Lucene Index Toolbox. Analyzers, tokenizers, and TokenFilters. Fun and interesting Query extensions. Further Lucene extensions 9. Chaining filters. Storing an index in Berkeley DB. XML QueryParser: Beyond "one box" search interfaces. Searching multiple indexes remotely. Using Lucene from other programming languages Ports primer.
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