Lucene In-Memory Search Example

Apache’s Lucene text search library provides powerful and flexible tools for searching collections of text. While the indexes that Lucene builds are often stored on disk, the libary includes the ability to create an index in memory. This is particularly useful in restricted environments such as unsigned applets and WebStart applications. “Lucene In-Memory Text Search” shows a minimal example of creating and searching such an index.

30 May 2004 | Lucene | Comments

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