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From Nrupal Akolkar <>
Subject Re: Help requested
Date Mon, 31 Oct 2005 16:26:57 GMT
dear urvashi,
hi, this is nice that u are analysing the practicalities of the usability of
inbuilt lucene classes to yeild the results. Great !!
but as we know that many a times, when we have got to know something, of
which we have a solution ready at hand but with a little work to be done, we
want some ready made chick food for our thought. I am sure not but this is
what is happening to most of our discussion group people.
well i should not comment of what is there and what not, but only a simple
thing can help you get answers to all your questions.
you know it that we have a reflection ability in java classes. Reflection
framework based simple program can be built up and then input to it can be
set so that the lucene classes, their instance variables, defined methods
etc. for each class are traced out and printed to file. see i told a bit of
toomuch for a small program, but surely, the program is hardly a 50 line one
if you get set go to write one.
i will suggest you java complete refrence book by h. schildt available under
tata mc-graw hill's publication in it there is an example program which
demonstrates the ability of java program to exploit the inner defined things
of java package including the classname, classpath from its parent folder,
methods, variables, method input variables, method return type, etc. kindly
brush it up for your knowledge. it wiLL YEILD YOU A COMPLETE SOLUTION IN
if u donot have the book, i will hardcode the example program for u and send
it to u,
hope u are not bored reading this mail and do find it useful, i would rather
say that the idea i am providing is incredible! cos it solves almost 99%
framework related issues.
Hope to listen ur feedback.
start, strive, succeed and restart................. to next target...!

 On 10/31/05, Urvashi Gadi <> wrote:
> Hi All,
> I am new to Lucene and am trying to use Lucene for our digital library
> search engine.
> I have a couple of questions
> 1. Is there a way to use QueryParser so that the query object constructed
> can search against all the indexed information and not only one field
> which
> can be specified as an argument.
> 2. When I use class "Field", the compiler says that it has been
> deprecated.
> But i couldn't find the information in Java docs. Any pointers?
> Best regards,
> Urvashi
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