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    • Type: New Feature New Feature
    • Status: Open Open
    • Priority: Minor Minor
    • Resolution: Unresolved
    • Affects Version/s: 1.2
    • Fix Version/s: None
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      Description

      Hi Ryan,

      just wanted to share with you my integration with apache solr search server.

      I know in jamwiki you use lucene in an embedded mode, which works great but has few limitations. For example, it is not possible to have an external proces from the web server that can update the indexes at the same time - unless using the the jamwiki web app to handle the updates.

      I attached two, files, I have made some tweaks to the search engine interface, although I think it still should be workable to integrate with the original jamwiki search inteface. I also attache the sorl client code which uses the sorlj api interface.

      In any case, if you do decide to integrate with sorl, this may give you some ideas - possible jamwiki could support both implementations through configs.

      Cheers,

      -Daniel.

      PS: If you go to www.uniblogger.com , the search box within the "news" virtual wiki uses solr inteface.

      1. SearchEngine.java
        4 kB
        Ryan Holliday
      2. SolrSearchEngine.java
        19 kB
        Ryan Holliday
      3. TopiclistServlet.java
        5 kB
        Ryan Holliday

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        Ryan Holliday
        added a comment -

        Just in case, under http://www.uniblogger.com/news/Main_Page incorporates autocomplete textbox functionality that uses the jamwiki search engine interface. I use the "jQuery Autocomplete plugin 1.1" to interface with a simple servlet I wrote - attached. I wanted to re-create a Google like insteant search functionality - at least the autosuggestions part of it for now.

        Finally, with the solr integration code I send to you, you will need to setup index/data shema for lucene. I will send that to you as well - hopefully later today.

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        Ryan Holliday
        added a comment - Just in case, under http://www.uniblogger.com/news/Main_Page incorporates autocomplete textbox functionality that uses the jamwiki search engine interface. I use the "jQuery Autocomplete plugin 1.1" to interface with a simple servlet I wrote - attached. I wanted to re-create a Google like insteant search functionality - at least the autosuggestions part of it for now. Finally, with the solr integration code I send to you, you will need to setup index/data shema for lucene. I will send that to you as well - hopefully later today.

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