So far, in previous articles, we looked at the import data from SQL databases. Today it’s time to import from XML files.
Lets look at the...
0 replies - 7258 views - 08/16/11 by Marek Rogoziński in News
I found a short and sweet blog tutorial by Lucene/Solr committer Mark Millar this morning. It shows you how to install Solr as a service on Linux in less...
0 replies - 8085 views - 08/13/11 by Mitch Pronschinske in News
Gearman (an anagram for “Manager”) is a system for farming out work
units to several different servers (or several processes on one server),
3 replies - 7263 views - 08/10/11 by Mats Lindh in News
Several months ago, during one of the projects I have tried to construct
a query with optimal faceting. The problem was that we need filters (fq)
0 replies - 4529 views - 08/06/11 by Rafał Kuć in News
From time to time, in working with Solr there is a common problem – when do you
update the Solr index structure. There are various reasons for these...
0 replies - 5458 views - 08/03/11 by Rafał Kuć in News
Eric Pugh got notified today that he’s been accepted to speak on “Better Search Engine Testing” at the 2011 Apache Lucene Eurocon.
So, what, you may...
0 replies - 4298 views - 08/02/11 by Jason Hull in News
In the last “car sale application” related post we have described the
result grouping functionality. Today I would like to show you how
easily we can...
1 replies - 3610 views - 08/01/11 by Rafał Andrzejewski in News
In a large number of implementations which I took part in, sooner or
later, the question arise – what can we do to get faceting as a tree
0 replies - 4507 views - 07/28/11 by Rafał Kuć in News
In the first part we were able to index the information contained in the database. In the second part we will try to extend the functionality by adding...
0 replies - 5087 views - 07/27/11 by Marek Rogoziński in News
This is a slideshow from Lucene Revolution 2011. It covers in-depth each of these seven deadly "sins" when developing a Solr...
0 replies - 3522 views - 07/26/11 by Mitch Pronschinske in Whitepapers
Almost everyone has seen how the autocomplete feature looks like. No
wonder, then, Solr provides mechanisms by which we can build such
6 replies - 7703 views - 07/26/11 by Rafał Kuć in News
One of the many great things about Solr is that it allows you to add
dynamic fields – you can define a certain pattern that a field will have
0 replies - 7446 views - 07/25/11 by Mats Lindh in News
The question I asked myself recently what seems to be one of those
for which the response should be quick and painless. So, when to send
the commit command...
0 replies - 6749 views - 07/21/11 by Rafał Kuć in News
After upgrading our Solr-servers from 1.4.1 to 4.0-trunk (to be sure
we were ready for the next version), I had trouble with getting
replication to start...
0 replies - 6188 views - 07/20/11 by Mats Lindh in News
Imagine the following problem – we have an application that expects
Solr to return the results sorted on the basis of some field. Those
results will be...
1 replies - 5167 views - 07/18/11 by Rafał Kuć in News