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coldfusion and google suggest idea

Tim Archambault-2
Using Ajax, I'd like the search box on my website to perform like GOOGLE
SUGGEST.

When opening a Lucene index with LUKE, I noticed I can review the top "X"
terms within the "body" element. What I'd like to do is extract those values
so they can be displayed in my GOOGLE SUGGEST search box as the user types
in the keyword(s).

Any thoughts on what elements I should be reviewing within the Lucene index
is greatly appreciated.
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Re: coldfusion and google suggest idea

Garrett Rooney
On 4/11/06, Tim Archambault <[hidden email]> wrote:

> Using Ajax, I'd like the search box on my website to perform like GOOGLE
> SUGGEST.
>
> When opening a Lucene index with LUKE, I noticed I can review the top "X"
> terms within the "body" element. What I'd like to do is extract those values
> so they can be displayed in my GOOGLE SUGGEST search box as the user types
> in the keyword(s).
>
> Any thoughts on what elements I should be reviewing within the Lucene index
> is greatly appreciated.

This question should probably be directed to the Lucene Users mailing
list, not the development list for a C port of Lucene.

-garrett
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Re: coldfusion and google suggest idea

Tim Archambault-2
Excuse my ignorance. I'll have to go find that mailing list. Sorry for your
inconvenience.

On 4/11/06, Garrett Rooney <[hidden email]> wrote:

>
> On 4/11/06, Tim Archambault <[hidden email]> wrote:
> > Using Ajax, I'd like the search box on my website to perform like GOOGLE
> > SUGGEST.
> >
> > When opening a Lucene index with LUKE, I noticed I can review the top
> "X"
> > terms within the "body" element. What I'd like to do is extract those
> values
> > so they can be displayed in my GOOGLE SUGGEST search box as the user
> types
> > in the keyword(s).
> >
> > Any thoughts on what elements I should be reviewing within the Lucene
> index
> > is greatly appreciated.
>
> This question should probably be directed to the Lucene Users mailing
> list, not the development list for a C port of Lucene.
>
> -garrett
>