2 Replies Latest reply on Jun 30, 2006 7:07 AM by Sebastian Menge

    Hibernate and Lucene: Where is the index?

    Sebastian Menge Newbie

      Hi all,

      I think i got it running, but i dont find the actual index !

      I tried my self on a minimal example (the very first example of the Oreilly EJB3 Book:

      Then, I copied lucene-core-2.0.0.jar to "server/default/lib" .

      Then, I added these lines to persistence.xml

       <property name="hibernate.ejb.event.post-commit-update" value="org.hibernate.lucene.event.LuceneEventListener"/>
       <property name="hibernate.ejb.event.post-commit-insert" value="org.hibernate.lucene.event.LuceneEventListener"/>
       <property name="hibernate.ejb.event.post-commit-delete" value="org.hibernate.lucene.event.LuceneEventListener"/>
       <property name="hibernate.lucene.index_dir" value="/tmp/indexes"/>

      Then, I added the annotations to my domain class like this:
      public class Cabin implements java.io.Serializable
       private int id;
       private String name;
       private int deckLevel;
       private int shipId;
       private int bedCount;
       public int getId()
       return id;
       public void setId(int pk)
       id = pk;
       public String getName()
       return name;
       public void setName(String str)
       name = str;

      Everything compiled fine (of course i imported the corresponding package). Then created /tmp/indexes by hand. When deploying, server log says:

      17:10:14,619 INFO [LuceneEventListener] Setting index dir to /tmp/indexes
      17:10:14,620 INFO [LuceneEventListener] index: /tmp/indexes/cabinindex
      17:10:14,620 INFO [LuceneEventListener] Setting index dir to /tmp/indexes
      17:10:14,621 INFO [LuceneEventListener] index: /tmp/indexes/cabinindex
      17:10:14,621 INFO [LuceneEventListener] Setting index dir to /tmp/indexes
      17:10:14,622 INFO [LuceneEventListener] index: /tmp/indexes/cabinindex
      17:10:14,622 INFO [SessionFactoryImpl] building session factory
      17:10:14,641 INFO [SessionFactoryObjectFactory] Not binding factory to JNDI, no JNDI name configured

      This tells me that the configuration seems to work.

      But (and heres my problem), when running the client, which persists a cabin, no index is appearing, no error messages, nothing. "/tmp/indexes" is empty.

      If i had an index, i would like to inspect it with "luke", but until now now success.

      Can anyone help me out with this? And: Has anyone got it running? I cant find anything helpful on the net on this topic ...

      TIA, Sebastian