We just published Hibernate Search 6.0.0.Beta7.
This release mainly improves sorts and aggregations on multi-valued or nested fields, introduces dynamic index fields through field templates, restores the index metamodel, and restores low-level Lucene settings. It also includes an upgrade to Hibernate ORM 5.4.15.Final.
We just published Hibernate Search 6.0.0.Beta6.
Aside from several bugfixes, this release mainly introduces schema management configuration and API at the mapper level, sorts on multi-valued fields, simpler and configurable indexing queues, implicit nested predicates, and offline startup for Elasticsearch. It also includes upgrades to Lucene 8.5, Elasticsearch 7.6.1 and Hibernate ORM 5.4.13.Final.
We just published Hibernate Search 6.0.0.Beta5.
This release mainly changes the way the Elasticsearch backend accesses indexes, introduces delayed commits and near-real-time queries for the Lucene backend, and renames a few methods in the Search DSL. It also includes upgrades to Lucene 8.4, Elasticsearch 7.6 and Hibernate ORM 5.4.12.Final.
We just published two bugfix releases for Hibernate Search: 5.11.5.Final and 5.10.9.Final. These releases mainly upgrade Hibernate Search to the latest compatible Hibernate ORM versions and fix one issue with the JSR-352 integration.
We just published Hibernate Search 6.0.0.Beta4.
This release mainly fixes a performance regression in the Lucene backend and introduces an API for plugging in custom behavior on failures during mass indexing.
We just published Hibernate Search 6.0.0.Beta3. This release mainly brings schema improvements, deep customization of Elasticsearch search requests, more powerful bridge definitions, and restores features such as the search query timeouts. It also includes upgrades to Lucene 8.3.0, Elasticsearch 7.5 and Hibernate ORM 5.4.10.Final.
We just published two bugfix releases for Hibernate Search: 5.11.4.Final and 5.10.8.Final. These releases mainly upgrade Hibernate Search to the latest compatible Hibernate ORM versions and fix one issue with the Elasticsearch integration.
Hibernate libraries can be used with many frameworks, and we’re striving to make sure that everyone gets their fair share of Hibernate goodness. So with the recent announcement of the first release candidate of Quarkus, the "supersonic, subatomic" Java stack, it’s worth mentioning that Hibernate ORM, Search and Validator are already included in Quarkus.
Hibernate Search in particular, the library adding the power of full-text search to your ORM-based application, is included in its most recent version (6.0.0.Beta2), which adds first-class compatibility with Elasticsearch.
Let’s take this Quarkus release as an opportunity to have a closer look at Hibernate Search 6, and how it can be used in Quarkus.
We just published Hibernate Search 6.0.0.Beta2. This release mainly introduces search analyzers, improves background failure handling and upgrades to Elasticsearch 7.4 and Hibernate ORM 5.4.7.Final.
Hibernate Search 6 just reached Beta status with the release of version 6.0.0.Beta1. This release clears the last remaining major hurdles: it fixes the few remaining inconsistencies in APIs, and completes the documentation of the major features. This release also introduces aggregations, similar to Search 5’s faceting feature.