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Hibernate Search in Action

 
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A warm welcome to the authors of the book.

Am I correct in saying that Hibernate Search, so to speak, is a wrapper build with Apache Lucene as the core kernel and the one doing the heavy-weight lifting, taking care of the nitty-gritty details leaving the business functionality to the developers?

Well in that case, I would be really curious to know how the indexing would work and what would be the case in a peculiar scenario where multiple user are trying to add documents and it gets stuck in a index corruption mode?

Does it internally use HQL to map the simple/complex data structures to maintain the indexes and its synchronicity; reconciling difference if any? OR do we have to use Lucene querying?

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Dinesh S
 
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Dinesh,

Please use descriptive subject lines Since this week we have the promotion going on, the questions will mostly be related to "Hibernate Search in Action". Having a good subject line will help in providing the right context about what you are asking.

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