List/Grid Tag Archives: Apache Solr

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Spring Data Solr Tutorial: CRUD (Almost)

In the previous part of my Spring Data Solr tutorial, we learned how we can configure Spring Data Solr. Now it is time to take a step forward and learn how we can manage the information ...
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Spring Data Solr Tutorial: Configuration

In the previous part of my Spring Data Solr tutorial, we learned that Solr provides a REST-like HTTP API which can be used to add information to Solr index and execute queries against ...
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Running Solr with Maven

Running Solr with Maven Solr is an open source search server which is built by using the indexing and search capabilities of Lucene Core, and it can be used for implementing scalable ...
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Spring Data Solr Tutorial: Introduction to Solr

Most of the applications must have a some kind of a search function. The problem is that search functions are often huge resource hogs and they can kill the performance of our application ...
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Indexing data in Solr from disparate sources using Camel

Apache Solr is ‘the popular, blazing fast open source enterprise search platform’ built on top of Lucene. In order to do a search (and find results) there is the initial ...
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Setting up and playing with Apache Solr on Tomcat

A while back a had a little time to play with Solr, and was instantly blown away by the performance we could achieve on some of our bigger datasets. Here is some of my initial setup ...
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Solr: Creating a spellchecker

In a previous post I talked about how the Solr Spellchecker works and then I showed you some test results of its performance. Now we are going to see another aproach to spellchecking. ...
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