Thanks for your response.

I thought it was going to have something to do with xdoc-to-lucene.xsl but i 
don't know how to implement new field in that stylesheet. I can see how the 
other fields are stored but what i don't know how the xdoc version of my files 
look so i can't extend the exsiting template. 

I could just take a look at what the xml2xdoc stylesheet does but it would be a 
lot easyer if i could take a look at an actual xdoc file....is there a way to 
store those intermediate xdoc files ?!

I'm not very familiar with cocoon jet so that might be a dumb question.

The pipeline goes like this: our xml (dita) -> xdoc -> html, pdf, ... Right ?!


kind regards 

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Patrick Szabo
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-----Urspr√ľngliche Nachricht-----

Von: Tim Williams [mailto:william...@gmail.com] 
Gesendet: Dienstag, 09. November 2010 04:08
An: user@forrest.apache.org
Betreff: Re: Lucene Search

On Mon, Nov 8, 2010 at 7:25 AM, Szabo, Patrick (LNG-VIE)
<patrick.sz...@lexisnexis.at> wrote:
> Hi,
> I'm new to Forrest and my boss in all it's wisdom decided that i have to
> administrate our forrest installation now.
> I wasn't involved in our installation until now.
> I've already read the forrest documentation and it did help me, but
> there are quite a few question that i couldn't answer.

Yeah, in trying to answer your question I realize that the
documentation in this area is weak.  After you understand this stuff,
it'd be great if you could contribute to them.

> I understand that i can use fields to search with lucene. Is there a
> list somewhere where i can see which fields are available ?!

For any given document, you can add a .lucene extension and the
element names are the searchable field names.  These are mostly title,
subtitle, abstract, version, author, and content.

> Can i somehow add fields ?!

I don't think there's a way to add per-project fields, but for you
Forrest implementation, you can try to add it into

> We have an element <revised modified="23.06.2010"/> in our source xml
> and i would like to be able to serch for the date. E.g. i want to see
> all the documents that where modified last week.

Hmm... I'm not sure, I reckon you'd have to index it based on its xdoc

> I've got a few more questions but i don't want to pack them all in just
> one mail.

Yeah, one per thread is always preferred - mail threads are cheap though:)

I'm not sure what version of Forrest you are on but I had to do some
hacking just to get the indexing to work - I reckon it's been a
long-standing bug.  I'll take that up on the dev@ list though.  Good