I’ve already dealt on how to index documents with Solr and Tika and in this article I’ll explain how you can not only search for documents that match your query, but returns even some text extract that shows where the document match the query. To achieve this, you should store the full content of the [...]

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In a previous article I showed how simple is to import data from a Sql database into Solr with a Data Import Handler, in this article I’ll use a similar technique to import documents stored inside a folder. This feature is exposed by the integration with Tika, an open source document analyzer capable of extracting [...]

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Getting Started With Lucene .NET Searching and more detail on Documents Fields Advanced Queries with Lucene.NET Case Sensitivity in Lucene.NET Searches Faceted searches with Lucene.NET Assign Tag To Lucene documents In the last part of my series on Lucene I show how simple is adding tags to document to do a simple tag based categorization, [...]

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Getting Started With Lucene .NET Searching and more detail on Documents Fields Advanced Queries with Lucene.NET Case Sensitivity in Lucene.NET Searches Faceted searches with Lucene.NET One of the good aspect of working with lucene.NET is that it is really similar to a NoSql database, because it permits you to store “document” where a document is [...]

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Getting Started With Lucene .NET Searching and more detail on Documents Fields Advanced Queries with Lucene.NET Case Sensitivity in Lucene.NET Searches One of the coolest feature of Lucene.NET is the ability to do faceted searches with really few lines of code. A faceted search runs a query on an index and calculate the distribution of [...]

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