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Rapid Prototyping with Solr

Rapid Prototyping with Solr

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Got data? Let's make it searchable! This interactive presentation will demonstrate getting documents into Solr quickly, will provide some tips in adjusting Solr's schema to match your needs better, and finally will discuss how showcase your data in a flexible search user interface. We'll see how to rapidly leverage faceting, highlighting, spell checking, and debugging. Even after all that, there will be enough time left to outline the next steps in developing your search application and taking it to production.
Got data? Let's make it searchable! This interactive presentation will demonstrate getting documents into Solr quickly, will provide some tips in adjusting Solr's schema to match your needs better, and finally will discuss how showcase your data in a flexible search user interface. We'll see how to rapidly leverage faceting, highlighting, spell checking, and debugging. Even after all that, there will be enough time left to outline the next steps in developing your search application and taking it to production.

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Categories:Types, Research
Published by: lucidimagination on Jun 17, 2011
Copyright:Attribution Non-commercial

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Rapid Prototypingwith Solr 
Erik Hatcher, Lucid Imaginationerik.hatcher @ lucidimagination.com, May 25, 2011
 
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Got data? Let's make it searchable! This interactivepresentation will demonstrate getting documents intoSolr quickly, will provide some tips in adjusting Solr'sschema to match your needs better, and finally willdiscuss how showcase your data in a flexible searchuser interface. We'll see how to rapidly leveragefaceting, highlighting, spell checking, and debugging.Even after all that, there will be enough time left tooutline the next steps in developing your searchapplication and taking it to production.
 
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My Background
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Erik Hatcher 
 
Lucid Imagination
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Technical Staff 
 
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Java Development with Ant / Ant in Action (Manning)
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Lucene in Action (Manning)
 
Apache Software Foundation
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Committer – Lucene / Solr 
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PMC – Lucene TLP 
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