This article will show you how to implement a full text search in Google App Engine using JDO. I tried my hand at this couple month ago, but after watching this presentation I decided to do it properly.
In my first attempt I managed to get the search working, but after watching Brett Slatkin’s presentaion I realized where the problem is. In short deserializing a list of strings (which is our search index) is a very costly operation, but he presented with a solution. Bellow you will find my solution to this problem.
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This post will show you how to use Spring JDBC Template to perform real world CRUD operations. I hope I can show you that you do not need overweight Hibernate to interact with database of your choice.
The Problem Domain
Almost all application I have coded needed to store and get data of some sort. In most cases it was relational database. With hibernate being all the rage these days I have used it in multiple projects with varying degree of problems and success. In my personal opinion hibernate tries to solve a problem that really is not there. If you can not wire SQL you should not be using Hibernate or be doing any software development.
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This article will show you how to implement a simple search in Google App Engine using JDO engine including searching in child objects.
The Problem Domain
In my application I need to search for data and you probably need to do the same in yours. In Google App Engine you can not query for properties of the child objects. In SQL world this means you can not use “where” clause. So how we can not construct a query which looks at child objects. So how can we implement search in such restrictive environment?
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