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    Default can lucene be the solution for my environment

    hi there, I'm verry new to java and lucence, so please be patient with me ;)

    I have a network drive (x:) on a windows server. In one folder there are let's say 1'000 folders (flat, no sub folders) with about 10'000 documents in it.

    I guess it is not a problem to index all this files (most of them are office files and pdfs)

    But now my question. Is it possible to greate a kind of a file, where the name of the folder will be written in it. This file or the name of the folder will be a part of a script, which will open an application with the "foldername" as parameter. Sounds strange I know, but here maybe a example to explain it:

    Folders:

    x:\mainfolder\folder0001
    x:\mainfolder\folder0002
    x:\mainfolder\folder....
    x:\mainfolder\folder0999
    x:\mainfolder\folder1000

    Documents

    x:\mainfolder\folder0001\something01.doc (Titel: Test Document)
    x:\mainfolder\folder0001\something02.pdf (Titel: New Search Function)
    x:\mainfolder\folder0001\something03.txt (Titel: Readme / Structure)

    Search

    Now, when somebody would like to know something about the new search function he will see after the search all the results and one of them should be

    Result

    PDF Document: New Search Function

    Action

    If one click on the "PDF Document: New Search Function" he should not be able to open the file nor the folder of this document. Instead of this the foldername "folder0001" should be written in a file, or a batch files should be created.

    Hope you understand this situation and I would be glad to get some good advices or even a solution.

    many thanks, cheers fw
    Last edited by forumwurm; 03-09-2010 at 10:34 AM.

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