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.

While we are still working on Hibernate Search 6 to get it ready for an Alpha, things are relatively quiet on the Search 5 side. However, we did not forget about it: we just published Hibernate Search version 5.10.3.Final, the third maintenance release of Hibernate Search 5.10. This release upgrades Hibernate Search to Hibernate ORM 5.3.3.Final, and adds a few minor improvements.

What’s new?

  • HSEARCH-3234 and HSEARCH-3210: Upgrade to ORM 5.3.3.Final and Hibernate Common Annotations 5.0.4.Final. Hibernate ORM 5.3.3.Final includes quite a few bug fixes and improvements, so be sure to check it out!

  • HSEARCH-3233: Overriding an analyzer in the QueryBuilder with an unknown analyzer should now lead to a proper SearchException.

  • HSEARCH-3228: The Elasticsearch integration now uses Gson 2.8.5, thanks to Leandro Freitas.

  • HSEARCH-3215 and HSEARCH-3216: A few typos in the documentation were fixed, thanks to José Santos.

The other changes are mainly related to our build process, working toward testing Hibernate Search on JDK11.

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

How to get this release

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

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