Explore the Hibernate search system using Packt's new book and eBook

May 2013 | Open Source

Packt is pleased to announce the release of Hibernate Search by Example, a new book that will show readers how to make core Hibernate entity classes searchable, no matter which mapping API they use. Readers will also learn integration with the core Hibernate system, using traditional APIs or JPA.

About the Author:

Steve Perkins is a Java developer based in Atlanta, GA, USA and has been working with Java in a web and systems integration context for 15 years, for clients ranging from commerce and finance to media and entertainment. He has been using Hibernate intensively for over seven years, and is interested in best practices for data modeling and application design.

Hibernate Search by Example is a practical, step-by-step tutorial that will guide readers from understanding the basics of Hibernate Search to using its advanced features. This book explains how to integrate search into core Hibernate applications, whether they are XML, JPA, or annotation-based. Readers will learn how to fine-tune the relevance of search results, and design searches that can account for user typos or automatically reach for related terms.

Hibernate Search by Example provides everything a user needs to know to incorporate search functionality into custom applications. Moreover, this book teaches a reader how to write different kinds of search queries by keyword, exact phrase or by searching within a range, and to use pagination to work with and display search results one chunk at a time. In addition to this, readers will also get to understand defining of custom analyzers to help searches adjust for user typos and recognize related terms. They will also learn about applying conditional indexing logic to exclude certain data from being searchable, and making Hibernate Search aware of relationships for searches involving data points spread out over multiple classes.

The chapters covered in this book are:

Chapter 1: Your First Application

Chapter 2: Mapping Entity Classes

Chapter 3: Performing Queries

Chapter 4: Advanced Mapping

Chapter 5: Advanced Querying

Chapter 6: System Configuration and Index Management

Chapter 7: Advanced Performance Strategies

Filled with plenty of practical examples, this book is for developers with experience in Java and some basic relational database concepts. For more information, please visit the book page at: Hibernate Search by Example

Write search queries in no time that may be simple or complex.

For more information, please visit: http://www.packtpub.com/hibernate-search-by-example/book

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