In this post we describe an approach to solve the problem of an application that requires both Full and Atomic Updates, using one of the powerful concepts in Object Oriented Programming: Polymorphism.
How to quickly debug a custom Apache Solr component (e.g. request handler, query parser, filter) in your favourite IDE.
The example uses IntelliJ but it is valid for any IDE.
What is Search Quality? Why is it so important in a search infrastructure?
Do you need something that gives you the evidence about the direction the search system is going to? RRE is the tool you’re looking for.
The Apache Solr Invisible Queries Request Handler
Quantity detection? What is a quantity? And why do we need to detect it?
In this post we introduce a quantity detection plugin for Apache Solr.
In this post we describe an approach for orchestrating a search workflow in Apache Solr using Invisible Queries.
How to Implement a Search workflow in Apache Solr?
SolRDF (i.e., Solr + RDF) is a set of Solr extensions for managing (indexing and searching) RDF data. In a preceding post, I described how to set up a standalone SolRDF instance in two minutes; in this post, I’ll describe how to run SolRDF in a simple cluster. The required steps are similar to what […]
The SolRDF Integration Tests Suite
A Solr-backed RDF Store in 2 minutes.
The Solr built-in UpdateRequestHandler supports several formats of input data. It delegates the actual data loading to a specific ContentStreamLoader, depending on the content type of the incoming request (i.e., the Content-type header of the HTTP request). Currently, these are the available content types declared in the UpdateRequestHandler class: application/xml or text/xml application/json or text/json application/csv or text/csv application/javabin So, a client has several options […]