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In this chapter you ve seen that Lucene maintains an eclectic mixture of noncore code in two separate repositories, the Sandbox and third-party contributions. The Sandbox is dedicated to code donated by the core developers along with other personnel interested in the Lucene project, and it is a repository for new ideas. The code is not actively maintained. It consists of such applications as synonym tools, a large variety of foreign language analyzers, and many more utilities that will keep you busy for quite a while. The third-party contributions section deals mainly with classes and applications that extract text from various file formats such as Adobe Systems s PDF, Microsoft Word and Excel, and XML files. Some of these applications are free and some are not. We also examined two different methods of parsing XML documents, the serial SAX and the DOM. These two XML parsers utilize completely different methodologies for dissecting XML and have widely varying resource requirements. As the title of this chapter implies, the Lucene and Hibernate Search projects have made many utilities and classes available for you to use and therefore save time and work. It would be a great benefit to these projects and also to yourself if you were to get involved in improving both projects. The authors recommend it. We ve given you all the fundamental and practical knowledge you ll need to use Hibernate Search efficiently in your application and implement the most suitable search engine for your users. Don t forget, Hibernate is a very dynamic project with lots of new and incremental features coming at each release. Expect the framework to provide more higher-level features with newer versions and probably more control of lower-level features also. Things you re doing manually today might be automated tomorrow. Be sure to check the reference documentation and change logs on a regular basis.
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This appendix aims at being a quick reference guide of the Hibernate Search artifacts: annotations, APIs, and Lucene query APIs. For each artifact, a quick description and a reference to the book section or URL are provided.
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Table A.1 describes Hibernate Search annotations.
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Table A.1 Hibernate Search annotation summary Name @Analyzer Description Defines an analyzer for a given entity, method, attribute, or field. The order of precedence is @Field, attribute/ method, entity, default. Can reference an implementation or an @AnalyzerDef definition. Reusable analyzer definition. An analyzer definition defines one tokenizer and, optionally, some filters. Filters are applied in the order in which they are defined. Reusable analyzer definitions. Allows multiple @AnalyzerDef declarations per element. Applies a boost factor to a field or an entire entity. Reference Section 3.4.1
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Section 3.4.2, section 7.1.6, section 7.3.8 Section 4.1.1, section 8.3.1 Section 4.1.1
@ClassBridge
Allows a user to manipulate a Lucene document based on an entity change in any manner the user wishes. Allows multiple @ClassBridge declarations per document. Marks the owning entity as part of the associated entity s index (to be more accurate, part of the indexed object graph). This is necessary only when an entity is used as an @IndexedEmbedded target class. @ContainedIn must mark the property that points back to the @IndexedEmbedded owning entity. Not necessary if the class is an embeddable class.
@ClassBridges
@ContainedIn
Section 4.2.3
Table A.1
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Hibernate Search annotation summary (continued) Name Description Defines the temporal resolution of a given property. Dates are stored as strings in GMT. Declares a property as the document id. Marks a method of a filter factory class as a Filter implementation provider. A factory method is called whenever a new instance of a filter is requested. Marks a property as indexed. Contains field options for storage, tokenization, whether or not to store TermVector information, a specific analyzer, and a FieldBridge. Specifies a field bridge implementation class. A field bridge converts (sometimes back and forth) a property value into a string representation or a representation stored in the Lucene Document. Marks a property as indexed into different fields. Useful if the field is used for sorting and searching or if different analyzers are used. Defines a full-text filter that can be optionally applied to full-text queries. While not related to a specific indexed entity, the annotation must be set on one of them. Allows multiple @FullTextFilterDefs per FullTextQuery. Specifies that an entity is to be indexed. An index name that defaulted to the fully qualified class name can be overridden using the name attribute. Specifies that an association (@*To*, @Embedded, @CollectionOfEmbedded) is to be indexed in the root entity index. It allows queries that involve associated objects restrictions. Marks a method of a filter factory class as a Filter key provider. A key is an object that uniquely identifies a filter instance associated with a given set of parameters. The key object must implement equals and hashcode so that two keys are equals if and only if the given target object types are the same and the set of parameters is the same. The key object is used in the filter cache implementation. Basically a key/value descriptor. Used in @ClassBridge, @FieldBridge, @TokenFilterDef, and @TokenizerDef. Reference Section 3.3.2
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