Monthly Archives: July 2016

Fusion: How to Resend a Query When You Don’t Like the Initial Results

The cat is hopping mad. Well, at least as hopping mad as a cat in a box can get.

Fusion has been on the streets since September of 2014 and there has been nary a post on this blog to talk about some of the rather inventive things that can be done with it. I am here to break that trend and do some super short blog posts that look at various things users might run into when using Fusion that aren’t necessarily in the documentation because, well, there are more interesting things to write about.

This post assumes you already have Fusion 2.4.1 up and running (you can download it from here) and that you understand the basics of search and Solr. There will not be a lot of background on the Why of Things. This is about the How of Things .

So let’s start by indexing something we can be upset about: Continue reading