So there I was, minding my own business, surfing the web reading about technology, clouds, development environments and fuzzy handcuffs when I found this absolutely incredible and much needed post on the LucidWorks Knowledge Base:
I will vet the steps and discuss this in a future post, but this is a major find. If you try it, let me know what you ran into and if it left a mark.
The cat is ecstatic. The box suddenly doesn’t feel so bad.
Happy Valentine’s Day!
Carlos Valcarcel is a full time employee of LucidWorks, but lives in New York as he prefers hurricanes to earthquakes. Having worked at IBM, Microsoft, and Fast Search and Transfer the only thing he is sure of is that the font editor he wrote on his Atari 800 was the coolest program he has ever written. While questions can be a drag he admits that answers will be harder to give without them.
The cat isn’t real, but then neither are you. Enjoy your search responsibly.
[LucidWorks Search 2.6.2]
Due to circumstances of birth or events beyond your control (I guess that’s redundant) you find yourself with either multiple collections or multiple shards or both and you need to execute a single query to retrieve distributed results.
The cat understands in a way that only a true critic of Copenhagen could.
So I will safely assume that you have read the post on crawling your local file system because you downloaded LWS and couldn’t contain yourself. You are now beside yourself with excitement that you can’t wait to try crawling the web. The cat is beside me and excited is not what I feel. Let’s start at Continue reading →
As I mentioned in the previous post: SolrXML isn’t just for sending documents into Solr. It is also for sending messages to Solr about things you would like it to do: add one or more documents, update one or more documents or delete one or more documents (there are a few other messages you can send, but why quibble over details).
[I will be using Linux 13.03 with LucidWorks Search 2.6.2.]
Following the continuing saga of doing the easy stuff we will look at another of the standard data sources available in LucidWorks Search: SolrXML.
At its most basic SolrXML is made up of a root element that tells Solr what to do with the incoming document(s). For this deeply moving episode the XML document will look something like: Continue reading →