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I have JForum working, but when I search I always get zero results. I have even tried entering just one word, which I know is in hundreds of posts, and yet I still get zero results.

Is there something that I am missing? Do I need to do something special?

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Yes, Lucene was my first choice. But is quite hard to integrate Lucene with Databases. Well, the basic code is not that hard, but to make the index up to date and deal with performance when indexing it with data from the database.

In the future I will try again to integrate lucene and jforum. Until threre, I'll try to fix the current search

Rafael
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Which JForum version are you using?

Rafael
ps: the search is kind bogus yet, but it should work partially, at least.
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I am using RC3.

Have you considered using Lucene? I am not sure how difficult that would be to integrate into JForum, but it is an awesome search engine.
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The posts you are trying to search, how they get into the database tables? was using your mailing-list convertion tool?

JForum keeps an index of the posts in some tables, instead of doing dynamic searches on every post from jforum_posts table.

Please read this topic:

https://coderanch.com/t/574427

I have made an indexer tool. Try running it and then test the search, please.

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uuhh.. nice, Tiago

I'll try to take a closer look ( soon hhehe )

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Rafael Steil wrote:Yes, Lucene was my first choice. But is quite hard to integrate Lucene with Databases. Well, the basic code is not that hard, but to make the index up to date and deal with performance when indexing it with data from the database.

In the future I will try again to integrate lucene and jforum. Until threre, I'll try to fix the current search

Rafael



Hi, think that JForum could benefit from my new project, Luigi. It could be healthy if another project is using it, and it could give jForum a lot more searching power. But Luigi is in very early stages, so I think it should wait a while... :roll:

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