One more question, using lucence for 'developing' webapp searchers

Discussion in 'Java' started by Berlin Brown, Aug 26, 2005.

  1. Berlin  Brown

    Berlin Brown Guest

    I just thought about this. It seems like the hardest thing in java web
    app programming is the matching up what is in your XML config file to
    your actual code. Mix in JSF, and you have the jsp code, matches the
    config file, to the actual bean.

    How about this, using Lucence maybe in an Eclipse plugin to tell you
    where all that stuff is or should be. For example:

    web.xml -> has a Servlet class defined, have Lucene index that file and
    now you can use some app to search if X.class is in it? or defined
    elsewhere?
     
    Berlin Brown, Aug 26, 2005
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