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Lucene: Add Indexing and Search to Your Web Apps : Page 4

Get a crash course in using Lucene, an open source Java library that enables you to add indexing and search capabilities to your Web applications and documents.


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Wrap-Up
The two code examples in this article used a precompiled JAR file containing the Lucene libraries. When I develop applications with Lucene, I prefer to add the Lucene source code directly to my IntelliJ or Eclipse projects.

Lucene is fantastically useful. I hope that this article serves as a fun introduction that motivates you to spend a few hours learning how to integrate Lucene into your own projects.

The Lucene project Web site has a "sandbox" area with several useful sub-projects such as utilities for highlighting search words in retrieved text. Check it out.





Mark Watson is a Java consultant and the author of 14 books on Java, artificial intelligence, C++, and intelligent agents.
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