This white paper explains how text searches are performed on the content stored in the Java™ Content Repository in IBM WebSphere® Portal 7; specifically, we focus on the search component of the WebSphere Portal 7 IBM Lotus® Web Content Management™ authoring portlet that uses the WebSphere Portal Search Engine, which differs from previous WebSphere Portal versions.
- Overview of JCR TextSearch
- Configuring JCR Content Model TextSearch
- Setting up JMS in a clustered environment
- Searching a seedlist document in WCM
- Troubleshooting JCR TextSearch
- About the authors
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developerWorks white paper, "Making content searchable anywhere using IBM WebSphere Portal's publishing Seedlist Framework."
developerWorks article, "Introducing the Java Content Repository API."
developerWorks article, "Using Apache Lucene to search text."
WebSphere Portal wiki article, Java content repository TextSearch Support tools for IBM WebSphere Portal: Overview and usage."
WebSphere Portal Server Version 7.0 Product Documentation.
developerWorks WebSphere Portal zone.
Malarvizhi Kandasamy (Malar) is a Staff Software Engineer who has worked at IBM since April 2005 and on JCR since 2006, with more than 10 years of experience in the software industry. She is an IBM Certified Solution Designer for Content Manager v8.3, an IBM Certified Database Associate for DB2 v9, a Sun Certified Java Programmer 1.5, and an IBM Certified Lotus WebSphere Portal Administrator v6.1. She holds a Bachelor of Engineering degree in Computer Science from Madras University. You can reach her at firstname.lastname@example.org.