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From Andrzej Bialecki>
Subject Re: SolrForrest plugin
Date Thu, 15 Jan 2009 16:19:05 GMT
Thorsten Scherler wrote:

>>> Actually did you run "forrest" and not "forrest run". If the page is
>>> link from your pages then it will created static. No extra work no
>>> further configuration.
>> I did run "forrest", and all other static pages have been created. Where 
>> should I expect the solr docs? alongside the html/pdf docs?
> All files that are linked from either
> - site.xml
> - tab.xml
> - anyOtherXmlHavingALinkToTheDoc.html
> are genrated along the e.g. html file in the path they are defined by
> the link.

Yes, this is clear, but I don't understand how this is relevant to my 
question. Does it mean that I should add <a href="index.solr.add"> in 
one of my documents?

> If you run forrest in the solr plugin it will actually connect to your
> solr server and inject the documents.

I don't understand what you're saying - what does it mean to "run 
forrest in the solr plugin"?

> You will find index.solr.add in build/site/.

Apparently I'm still missing some vital step - after building the site I 
can see index.html and index.pdf, but no index.solr.add .

>>> Makes me curious why you need a static index-creation.solr.add and why
>>> not using directly
>>> and let forrest inject the document.
>> Because I want to control myself when and how the documents are 
>> submitted to Solr.
> ok, you can do the first one as well with forrest and the second with
> limitation. 

Sorry, this really doesn't answer my question - you assume that I can 
keep forrest running and use it to submit Solr documents, which I don't 
want to do for various reasons. In such case, is it possible to generate 
the Solr docs statically, or not?

Best regards,
Andrzej Bialecki     <><
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