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From Maurits van Wijland <>
Subject Re: PHP-Lucene Integration
Date Sun, 06 Feb 2005 17:43:03 GMT
Hi Owen,

This can easily be done! Simply install tomcat on port 8080 and create a 
jk2 or proxy that points to tomcat. then all requests for jsps can be 
send to tomcat. The search engine can even be placed on a separate 
server. If you give me some details on your server, i will create a 
proxy script for your apache!



Owen Densmore wrote:

> I'm building a lucene project for a client who uses php for their 
> dynamic web pages.  It would be possible to add servlets to their 
> environment easily enough (they use apache) but I'd like to have 
> minimal impact on their IT group.
> There appears to be a php java extension that lets php call back & 
> forth to java classes, but I thought I'd ask here if anyone has had 
> success using lucene from php.
> Note: I looked in the Lucene In Action search page, and yup, I bought 
> the book and love it!  No examples there tho.  The list archives 
> mention that using java lucene from php is the way to go, without 
> saying how.  There's mention of a lucene server and a php interface to 
> that.  And some similar comments.  But I'm a bit surprised there's not 
> a bit more in terms of use of the official java extension to php.
> Thanks for the great package!
> Owen
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