Hibernate Search is a library that integrates Hibernate ORM with Apache Lucene or Elasticsearch by automatically indexing entities, enabling advanced search functionality: full-text, geospatial, aggregations and more. For more information, see Hibernate Search on hibernate.org.

We just published bugfix releases for the branches we actively maintain:

Version 5.10.1.Final

The latest and greatest, compatible with Hibernate ORM 5.3 and JPA 2.2.

Version 5.9.2.Final

Latest version compatible with Hibernate ORM 5.2 (5.2.3.Final and later 5.2.x).

Version 5.6.5.Final

Latest version compatible with Hibernate ORM 5.0 and 5.1.

What’s new?

Below are some notable changes since the previous releases.

In 5.10.1.Final
  • HSEARCH-3173: Hibernate Search now targets Hibernate ORM 5.3.1, which includes several bugfixes.

  • HSEARCH-3163: In some integrations (mostly CDI environments such as WildFly), bootstrap errors were swallowed by Hibernate Search, which prevented them from appearing in the logs. This is no longer the case: bootstrap errors will be propagated as they should be.

In 5.9.2.Final
  • HSEARCH-3039: We removed the ability to analyze document identifiers from Search a few versions ago, but some parts of Hibernate Search still performed analysis on document identifiers in some cases, in particular when querying them and when embedding a document ID using @IndexedEmbedded. This has been fixed: Hibernate Search now consistently skips analysis on document identifiers.

In 5.6.5.Final and 5.9.2.Final
  • HSEARCH-3156: @ContainedIn will not fail anymore at runtime when targeting a class for which only some subclasses are configured in Search.

For a full list of changes since the previous releases, please see the release notes:

How to get these releases

All details are available and up to date on the dedicated pages on hibernate.org:

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