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By David Smiley, Eric Pugh

Enhance your seek with faceted navigation, consequence highlighting, relevancy ranked sorting, and more
* complete details on Apache Solr three with examples and suggestions so that you can concentrate on the $64000 parts
* Integration examples with databases, web-crawlers, XSLT, Java & embedded-Solr, personal home page & Drupal, JavaScript, Ruby frameworks
* recommendation on facts modeling, deployment issues to incorporate protection, logging, and tracking, and suggestion on scaling Solr and measuring performance
* An replace of the best-selling identify on Solr 1.4

In Detail

If you're a developer construction an app this day you then know the way vital an excellent seek event is. Apache Solr, equipped on Apache Lucene, is a wildly renowned open resource firm seek server that simply can provide strong seek and faceted navigation positive factors which are elusive with databases. Solr helps advanced seek standards, faceting, consequence highlighting, query-completion, question spell-check, relevancy tuning, and more.

Apache Solr three firm seek Server is a complete reference advisor for each characteristic Solr has to supply. It serves the reader correct from initiation to improvement to deployment. It additionally comes with entire working examples to illustrate its use and convey the way to combine Solr with different languages and frameworks.

Through utilizing a wide set of metadata approximately artists, releases, and tracks courtesy of the venture, you might have a trying out flooring for Solr, and should how you can import this information in numerous methods. you are going to then find out how to seek this knowledge in numerous methods, together with Solr's wealthy question syntax and "boosting" fit rankings in keeping with list data.

Finally, we'll conceal numerous deployment concerns to incorporate indexing thoughts and performance-oriented configuration that may enable you scale Solr to fulfill the wishes of a high-volume site.

What you'll research from this book
* layout a schema to incorporate textual content indexing info like tokenization, stemming, and synonyms
* Import info utilizing numerous codecs like CSV, XML, and from databases, and extract textual content from universal record formats
* seek utilizing Solr's wealthy question syntax, practice geospatial searches, and impact relevancy order
* increase seek effects with faceting, question spell-checking, auto-completing queries, highlighted seek effects, and more
* combine a number of applied sciences with Solr from the server aspect to client-side JavaScript, to frameworks like Drupal
* Scale Solr via studying how you can song it and the way to take advantage of replication and sharding


The publication is written as a reference consultant. It comprises absolutely operating examples in accordance with a real-world public facts set.

Who this booklet is written for

This e-book is for builders who are looking to the way to use Apache Solr of their functions. merely simple programming talents are needed.

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