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Compass Framework

Compass is a Java framework which makes it simple to map your Java object model into a search engine. It is built on top of the Lucene search engine. Compass features declarative mapping technology OSEM (similar to O/R database mapping), transaction management, Google-like query syntax, externalization of common metadata, and much much more.

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  •  22 Nov 2005 21:24

    Release Notes: This release includes bugfixes, support for Hibernate 3.1, an enhanced API for search engine index management, support for self cyclic component mapping, and minor performance improvements.

    •  26 Sep 2005 19:09

      Release Notes: Major features include support for Highlighter.

      •  12 Sep 2005 22:13

        Release Notes: Major features include a Query Builder and Query interface, multiple analyzers, iBatis support, and Spring AOP integration for aspect data mirroring. Compass Framework has moved to a new site with forums, JIRA, and community support.

        •  04 Aug 2005 21:51

          Release Notes: GPS (extendable data source integration) device technology for Hibernate 2/3, JDO, OJB and JDBC. Improved integration with the Spring framework for configuration, MVC, and ORM support. Core changes include improved performance of reader/searcher and optimizers, support for binary data indexing, cyclic references, and extending the mapping capabilities.

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