HIBERNATE ANNOTATIONS PDF
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For example, it can use different indexing techniques, you can have multiple sets of spatial coordinates per entity, or represent points by implementing the org. Coordinates interface. Hibernate Search allows to embed fields from related entities into its main document, but remember that while these fields are useful to narrow down your queries it is not a true association: In the following example, the Movie entity will generate an index having two indexed fields: Define an Analyzer and associate it with an Analyzer name.
Create a character filter definition; used as parameter of AnalyzerDef. You can list multiple character filters, they will be applied in order.
Override the property being used as primary identifier in the index.
Similar to Boost but allows dynamic selection of a boost value, based on the instance properties. Specifies a custom FieldBridge implementation class to use to convert a property type into its index representation. Marks an entity property to be indexed. Supports various options to customize the indexing format.
Contains multiple Field annotations. Indexes the annotated property multiple times: Recurses into associations to include indexed fields in the parent index document.
Allows a prefix name, and strategies to limit the recursion. Often to be used with ContainedIn on the inverse side of the relation. Marks which entities shall be indexed; allows to override the index name. Only Indexed entities can be searched.
Applies on a property having a numeric value, allows customizing the index format such as the precision of its representation. Allows indexing a single numeric property into multiple different numeric index fields, and customize each, by listing several NumericField annotations. Used to pass an initialization parameter to tokenizers and filters in the scope of an AnalyzerDef , or to pass parameters to your custom bridge implementations in the scope of a FieldBridge.
When a property is indexed generating multiple fields, this allows to choose multiple of these fields to be good candidates for sorting. Container for SortableField. Defines a named couple of coordinates.
You can have it on an entity, or on a getter returning an implementation of org. Used to define multiple Spatial pairs of coordinates; assign a unique name to each of them. Applied on an indexed property it will be treated as a resource processed with Apache Tika to extract meaningful text from it, for example metadata from music or plain text from office documents.
The property can point to the resource String containing a path, URI or contain the resource byte , java.
Getting Started with Hibernate Search
Defines the Token Filter s in an AnalyzerDef. You can list multiple filters, they will be applied in order.
A simple Analyzer, for example, could apply this process: The Analyzer is the Lucene component that processes a stream of text into signals of interest to be stored in the index. The problem might seem simple when limited to whitespace chunking and lowercasing, but your application can provide much better results - and therefore be much more useful - if you adjust your analyzer chain to your specific needs.
For example you might want to use N-Grams to minimize the effect of user typos, an exotic language might require special handling for some lower casing, you might want to highlight specific keywords, cleanup HTML tags, replace each generic noun with a canonical synonym, expand domain specific acronyms, apply stemming.
While an internet search is targeting a wide audience and indexing disparate content, when building your own application you can embed it with domain specific, specialized search engine just by picking the right analyzers. The Apache Lucene project documentation provides a great introduction to the Analyzer chain here: Do not be scared by the examples of how to use an Analyzer though, as with Hibernate Search you merely have to pick the Tokenizer s and Filter s implementations you want to use.
Part 2: Hibernate - JPA Annotations
We define these using the AnalyzerDef annotation on an indexed entity, and this makes both Analyzers available to Hibernate Search, and we can refer to it by name:. In the above example, we also introduced the rather advanced annotation AnalyzerDiscriminator. This annotation refers to a custom implementation of org.
While indexing operations happen transparently and you only had to use annotations to declare what and how you want things indexed, to run queries you need to invoke methods on the org. FullTextSession extending the Hibernate native org. Session or org. You can use either of them as you prefer. When running a full-text query you need to take into consideration the indexing options, and sometimes also consider the Analyzer being used on each field.
This will return a list of all Movie instances matching the query, however the keyword query type is not very flexible: This is useful mostly to search for exact terms keywords , which are often indexed but not analyzed.
The full-text engine is much more impressive when using the other Query types it can generate, and combine them:. To create a org. PhraseQuery , a powerful full-text matching query for which relative term positions matter.
Configuring the Database and Multipart File properties
Query implementation. Hibernate Search aims to keep the index content aligned with the database content automatically, but in some cases you will need to explicitly request an index rebuild. Remember this operation can take a while as it will have to iterate on all your indexed entities from the database; this is a multi-threaded operation designed to use multiple database connections and CPUs, so make sure that your servers and databases are ready for the additional load.
The interface only defines a method to convert the entity attribute to its database representation and another one for the inverse operation. In this example, the implementation of these 2 methods is pretty simple because the Year class already provides methods to get the Integer value of a give Year object and to create a Year object from an Integer. You can then either persist the Integer or you can try to save some space and cast it to a Short.
When you annotate your AttributeConverter with the Converter annotation, you should ask yourself if you want to use it for all attributes of the converted type. If you want to do that, you should set the autoApply attribute to true. In this case, the decision is easy. Year as a type and you should use it for all entity attributes of that type. You can make changes to these properties as per your requirements. GenericGenerator; import javax.
DBFileRepository Next, we need to create a repository to save files in the database and retrieve them back - package com. DBFile; import org.
JpaRepository; import org. FileStorageException; import com. MyFileNotFoundException; import com. DBFile; import com. DBFileRepository; import org. Autowired; import org.
Service; import org. StringUtils; import org.Already a member? Similar to Boost but allows dynamic selection of a boost value, based on the instance properties. Polymorphism The Polymorphism annotation is used to define the PolymorphismType Hibernate will apply to entity hierarchies. NumericFields Allows indexing a single numeric property into multiple different numeric index fields, and customize each, by listing several NumericField annotations.
The Spatial feature of Hibernate Search is extensive and we suggest reading the reference documentation Chapter 9 to better understand its features.
CollectionType The CollectionType annotation is used to specify a custom collection type. Join the free Thoughts on Java Library to get access to lots of member-only content, like a printable PDF for this post, lots of cheat sheets and 2 ebooks about Hibernate. Entity The Entity annotation is deprecated. Specifies a custom FieldBridge implementation class to use to convert a property type into its index representation.
Container for SortableField.