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Admittedly this is not the best way to help with misspelled words. Spellcheckers come to mind first, and the Lucene website offers a spellchecking contribution. N-grams also come to mind, but they re beyond the scope of this book, other than what is discussed in section 5.3.3. If you re interested in finding out more about them, plenty of documentation is available on the internet.
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Listing 13.7 is a standalone unit test that demonstrates the use of regular expressions when querying. You will have to put two .jar files in your classpath for this.
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The lucene-regex .jar located in the lucene_install_directory/contrib/regex directory The jakarta-regexp .jar located in the lucene_install_directory/contrib/regex/lib directory
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The authors must warn you that not all of the regular expression syntax is completely supported. So if you re going to use this in your code, be sure to experiment first to see what is and what is not supported.
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public class TestRegex extends SearchTestCase { private FullTextSession s; private Transaction tx; String texts[] = { "Keanu Reeves is completely wooden in this romantic misfired flick", "Reeves plays a traveling salesman and agrees to help a woman", "Jamie Lee Curtis finds out that he's not really a salesman" }; public void testRegex1() throws Exception { try { buildIndex(); assertEquals( 2, regexHitCount("sa.[aeiou]s.*")); cleanup(); finally { s.close(); } } public void testRegex2() throws Exception { try { buildIndex(); assertEquals(0, regexHitCount("sa[aeiou]s.*")); cleanup(); } finally { s.close(); } } public void testSpanRegex1() throws Exception { try { buildIndex(); assert spanRegexHitCount( "sa.[aeiou]s", "woman", 5, true ) == 1; cleanup(); } finally { s.close(); } } public void testSpanRegex2() throws Exception { try { buildIndex(); assert spanRegexHitCount( "sa.[aeiou]s", "woman", 1, true ) == 0; cleanup(); StandardAnalyzer } reduces the slop finally { s.close(); } }
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private int regexHitCount(String regex) throws Exception { RegexQuery query = new RegexQuery(newTerm(regex)); query.setRegexImplementation( new JakartaRegexpCapabilities());
C Create the RegexQuery
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org.hibernate.search.FullTextQuery hibQuery = s.createFullTextQuery(query, Dvd.class); Create the List results = hibQuery.list(); SpanRegexQuery return results.size(); }
instances
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private int spanRegexHitCount(String regex1, String regex2, slop, boolean ordered) throws Exception { SpanRegexQuery q1 = new SpanRegexQuery(newTerm(regex1)); SpanRegexQuery q2 = new SpanRegexQuery(newTerm(regex2)); SpanNearQuery query = new SpanNearQuery(new SpanQuery[]{q1, q2}, slop, ordered); org.hibernate.search.FullTextQuery hibQuery = s.createFullTextQuery(query, Dvd.class); List results = hibQuery.list(); return results.size();
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} private Term newTerm(String value) { return new Term(description, value); } private void getFullTextSession { s = Search.createFullTextSession(openSession()); tx = s.beginTransaction(); for (int x = 0; x < texts.length; x++) { Dvd dvd = new Dvd(); dvd.setId(x); dvd.setDescription(texts[x]); s.save(dvd); } tx.commit(); s.clear(); } }
The StandardAnalyzer specified in the Dvd class has removed stop words and reduced the slop distance to 1 B. C creates an instance of RegexQuery for the regular expression sa[aeiou]s.*. Before performing the query, we set the capabilities D. RegexQuery comes with two capabilities: JakartaRegexpCapabilities and JavaUtilsRegexpCapabilities. These determine whether Jakarta regular expressions or Java s Utility package regular expressions are used for query expansion. Utilizing SpanRegexQuerys E allows you to search for two different terms separated by a number of intervening terms. This distance is known as the slop factor F. You can also specify whether the terms are to be searched for in the order you specified them with the ordered parameter F.
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WARNING Be aware of the effects of analyzers like StandardAnalyzer on Span-
RexexQuerys or any analyzer that utilizes stop word lists. These are lists
of common words like the, of, a, an, and so forth. These words are eliminated when the index is built and will affect the slop distance. You may not get the results you expect. This design anomaly has caught the authors more than once. Before moving on to third-party contributions, we want to look at one more utility that can make your life a little easier. Let s examine what a spellchecker can do for you.
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