Jeanne Boyarsky wrote:
Winner picking is delayed due to technical errors. I will replace this thread with the winners when the problem is resolved.
First, a big thanks to Michael McCandless, Erik Hatcher, and Otis Gospodnetic for being here to promote the book Lucene in Action.
The winners are:
Gian Franco wrote:Open-source, like the dominating Lucene, of course do not require
licensing costs but might demand development resources...
If proprietary products bundle or work with open-source components
such as Lucene, it helps them to have more complete and cheaper
solutions on their shelves.
Gian Franco wrote:Hi,
An incredibly handy tool, companion to Lucene is Luke...
What do you think of Luke and are there any other
similiar tools you would suggest?
Pradeep bhatt wrote:
Otis Gospodnetic wrote:
Pradeep bhatt wrote:Who are the competitors to Lucene ?
People sometimes use Sphinx or Xapian.
Or Endeca, or FAST, or Google Search Appliance, or... or they use Solr.
Thanks again author. How do they stand against Lucene ?
Samar Chauhan wrote:Let me define design problem as that to create a search facility in the intranet for particular topics in the ever increasing pool of pdf books ,what should I consider for combination from java desktop/browser searching the database/file-system through luecene/solr.Adding the pdf should be user freindly( i.e indexing will be done also along with). Can I have your inputs for the basic design ?.
Pradeep bhatt wrote:Suppose I want to search for word "run" and my documents are in different languages[English, french ect], would the search result return docs in with meaning "run". Can we try some custom code to do this/