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From Aman Tandon <amantandon...@gmail.com>
Subject Re: solr
Date Thu, 26 Jun 2014 14:13:00 GMT
Hi,
the results in google index is quite good as compared to bing. We were at
same position as like you but we were using it for the finding correct
spelling. Google blocked us.many times so we started fluctuating the IP, if
you want to use google only you can apply the same.
On Jun 23, 2014 7:33 PM, "Mark Bennett" <mark.bennett@lucidworks.com> wrote:

> Answers below.
>
> --
> Mark Bennett / LucidWorks: Search & Big Data / mark.bennett@lucidworks.com
> Office: 408-898-4201 / Telecommute: 408-733-0387 / Cell: 408-829-6513
>
> On Jun 21, 2014, at 7:07 AM, Saeedeh Alimardani <sa1.alimardani@gmail.com>
> wrote:
>
> > Hi
> > I am new to Solr and Lucene.
> > I have some simple and general question about Solr.
> > 1.dose Solr have database? or it only index document that we define for
> it?
> That's an interesting question.
>
> Some years back people would have said "no", Solr is not a database,
> because it is not a traditional database with SQL and transactional
> integrity.
>
> But, even back then, you could read and WRITE values to Solr, so it acted
> a bit like a database.
>
> In the Solr 4x days there's been more work done to insure transactions are
> handled consistently in Solr and there's a move to consider Solr a valid
> "NoSQL" database.
>
> So, Solr doesn't ship with a traditional embedded database.  However, Solr
> can be used as NoSQL database if you want.
>
> Solr can also index data that is stored in traditional databases like
> Oracle or PostgreSQL or MySQL.
>
> > 2.can we use Solr to search like other search engine?
> Yes, this is the main point of Solr.
>
> > 3.can we use Solr to search among all websites like Google?
> Yes, this was answered by Aman in his email.
>
> If you really want to do this, you might start by looking at Nutch.
>
> If you just need to do a few searches across the entire Internet, you
> might look at Bing, they allow you to run queries against their servers in
> OpenSearch standard. Google discourages you from using their service for
> that purpose.
>
> Best of luck and welcome to the community,
> Mark
>
>

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