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Dave Dash's Blog:
Finding things using Zend Search Lucene in symfony
May 24, 2007 @ 11:12:00

On the Spindrop Blog today, there's the series wrapup for their look at using the Zend Search Lucene functionality inside of a Symfony application.

This is part of an on going series about the Zend Search Lucene libraries and symfony. We'll pretty everything up when we're done. We now know how to manipulate the index via our model classes. But let's actually do something useful with our search engine...let's search!

This quick post shows how to initialize the object and run the find() on the data and fetch out the results. They even work the script so that, if the index for the search isn't there, it generates it on the fly, then makes the search.

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