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Subject [Solr Wiki] Update of "FrontPage" by GrantIngersoll
Date Fri, 13 Nov 2009 20:47:25 GMT
Dear Wiki user,

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The "FrontPage" page has been changed by GrantIngersoll.
http://wiki.apache.org/solr/FrontPage?action=diff&rev1=214&rev2=215

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  #format wiki
  #language en
  #pragma section-numbers off
+ {{http://lucene.apache.org/solr/images/solr.jpg}}
  
- {{http://lucene.apache.org/solr/images/solr.jpg}}
  = Welcome to the Apache Solr Wiki =
  <<TableOfContents(3)>>
  
  = General Information =
- 
-  * [[http://lucene.apache.org/solr|Solr Website ]]
+  * [[http://lucene.apache.org/solr|Solr Website]]
   * [[http://www.apache.org/dyn/closer.cgi/lucene/solr/|Download latest Solr Release]]
   * [[http://lucene.apache.org/solr/features.html|Introduction to Solr]]
   * [[http://lucene.apache.org/solr/tutorial.html|Solr Tutorial]]
-  * SOLR mailing lists: [[http://lucene.apache.org/solr/mailing_lists.html|Sign-up]] or Search/Browse:
[[http://wiki.apache.org/solr/SolrResources#head-eb1d88e19476638cc8f8816acdaba5529e6359f2|Mailing
List Archives]] 
+  * SOLR mailing lists: [[http://lucene.apache.org/solr/mailing_lists.html|Sign-up]] or Search/Browse:
[[http://wiki.apache.org/solr/SolrResources#head-eb1d88e19476638cc8f8816acdaba5529e6359f2|Mailing
List Archives]]
  
   * The Solr [[FAQ]] and the Solr [[SolrRelevancyFAQ|Relevancy FAQ]]
   * SolrTerminology
@@ -29, +28 @@

   * [[http://svn.apache.org/repos/asf/lucene/solr/trunk/CHANGES.txt|Solr Change Log]] with
all the juicy info about recently committed features.
  
  = Solr Development =
- 
   * [[http://people.apache.org/builds/lucene/solr/nightly/|Download newest Solr nightly build
here]] or [[http://hudson.zones.apache.org/hudson/job/Solr-trunk/lastSuccessfulBuild/artifact/trunk/dist/|from
Hudson]]
   * HackingSolr -- Info for people interested in hacking and customizing the Solr application
   * TaskList of ideas for future development
@@ -40, +38 @@

   * SolrPluginRepository
  
  = Using Solr =
- 
  == Installation and Configuration ==
   * [[SolrInstall|General Installation Steps]]
-    * Includes information about useful settings in specific enviornments
+   * Includes information about useful settings in specific enviornments
   * SolrLogging
   * ConfiguringSolr
-    * SolrConfigXml
+   * SolrConfigXml
-    * SchemaXml
+   * SchemaXml
-    * AnalyzersTokenizersTokenFilters
+   * AnalyzersTokenizersTokenFilters
-    * [[SolrAndHTTPCaches]]
+   * [[SolrAndHTTPCaches]]
-    * CoreAdmin
+   * CoreAdmin
   * [[SolrAdminGUI]]
  
  == Search and Indexing ==
   * Solr Schema Design
-    * SchemaDesign - Covers schema design problems and solutions
+   * SchemaDesign - Covers schema design problems and solutions
-    * UniqueKey - Covers how to create the unique key for a schema
+   * UniqueKey - Covers how to create the unique key for a schema
   * Indexing Documents
-    * [[UpdateXmlMessages|Adding Documents in XML format]] - Covers XML syntax for adds,
deletes, commits and optimizes
+   * [[UpdateXmlMessages|Adding Documents in XML format]] - Covers XML syntax for adds, deletes,
commits and optimizes
-    * [[UpdateCSV|Adding Documents in CSV format]]
+   * [[UpdateCSV|Adding Documents in CSV format]]
-    * DataImportHandler - Solr contrib that supports full and delta indexing directly from
SQL databases, and local or REST accessible XML files.
+   * DataImportHandler - Solr contrib that supports full and delta indexing directly from
SQL databases, and local or REST accessible XML files.
-    * AnalysisRequestHandler - Analyzing documents without indexing
+   * AnalysisRequestHandler - Analyzing documents without indexing
-    * [[ExtractingRequestHandler|Solr Content Extraction Library (Solr Cell)]] - Covers how
to index MS Word, PDF, etc. using Solr Cell (a.k.a. !ExtractingRequestHandler).  Also see
the older version at UpdateRichDocuments
+   * [[ExtractingRequestHandler|Solr Content Extraction Library (Solr Cell)]] - Covers how
to index MS Word, PDF, etc. using Solr Cell (a.k.a. !ExtractingRequestHandler).  Also see
the older version at UpdateRichDocuments
-    * IndexingDates - Notes about indexing dates
+   * IndexingDates - Notes about indexing dates
-    * [[Deduplication|Deduplication]] - prevent or tag duplicate documents
+   * [[Deduplication]] - prevent or tag duplicate documents
   * Searching Solr
-    * [[SolrRequestHandler|Request Handlers]] - Control the logic used to process requests.
 Several different Request Handlers are included with Solr, or you can write your own custom
implementation.
+   * [[SolrRequestHandler|Request Handlers]] - Control the logic used to process requests.
 Several different Request Handlers are included with Solr, or you can write your own custom
implementation.
-    * [[QueryResponseWriter|Response Writers]] - Control the formating of the responses generated
by Request Handlers.  Several different Response Writers are included with Solr, or you can
write your own custom implementation.
+   * [[QueryResponseWriter|Response Writers]] - Control the formating of the responses generated
by Request Handlers.  Several different Response Writers are included with Solr, or you can
write your own custom implementation.
-    * Input Parameters
+   * Input Parameters
-        * QueryParametersIndex - index of query parameters in following wiki pages
+    * QueryParametersIndex - index of query parameters in following wiki pages
-        * CoreQueryParameters
+    * CoreQueryParameters
-        * CommonQueryParameters
+    * CommonQueryParameters
-        * SimpleFacetParameters
+    * SimpleFacetParameters
-        * HighlightingParameters
+    * HighlightingParameters
-        * MoreLikeThis
+    * MoreLikeThis
-    *[[SearchComponent|Search Components]] - Search Components provide core functionality
to a Request Handler.
+   * [[SearchComponent|Search Components]] - Search Components provide core functionality
to a Request Handler.
-    *[[SolrQuerySyntax|Query Syntax]] - syntax for default query parsing, and how to specify
a Query Parser.
+   * [[SolrQuerySyntax|Query Syntax]] - syntax for default query parsing, and how to specify
a Query Parser.
-    *[[FunctionQuery|Function Queries]] - Using the values in Fields as factors in scoring
+   * [[FunctionQuery|Function Queries]] - Using the values in Fields as factors in scoring
-    *[[UpdateRequestProcessor|Update Processors]] - Update Processors define how an update
request is processed.
+   * [[UpdateRequestProcessor|Update Processors]] - Update Processors define how an update
request is processed.
+ 
+ == Tips, Tricks and Use Cases ==
   * FilterQueryGuidance - How do I partition my query in main query and filter query in order
to have Solr's caching work efficiently?
   * SolrFacetingOverview
   * SolrPlugins
   * SolrRelevancyCookbook
   * LargeIndexes - Covers how to design and operate a very large Solr index.
   * NearRealtimeSearch
+  * SpatialSearch
  
  == Solr Clients ==
   * IntegratingSolr - includes information about accessing Solr from a variety of programming
langauges and existing third party applications.
@@ -94, +94 @@

   * SolrPerformanceFactors
   * SolrSecurity
   * Index Replication
-    * Built in SolrRequestHandler based SolrReplication
+   * Built in SolrRequestHandler based SolrReplication
-    * Unix script based CollectionDistribution
+   * Unix script based CollectionDistribution
   * DistributedSearch
   * CollectionRebuilding
   * MergingSolrIndexes
@@ -103, +103 @@

   * SolrJmx
  
  = How to edit this Wiki =
- 
  This Wiki is a collaborative site, anyone can contribute and share:
  
   * Create an account by clicking the "Login" link at the top of any page, and picking a
username and password.
-    * NOTE: The "ASF" question, is to help prevent link spamming bots.  If you don't know
what it means, googling for it might help.
+   * NOTE: The "ASF" question, is to help prevent link spamming bots.  If you don't know
what it means, googling for it might help.
   * Edit any page by pressing '''<<GetText(Edit)>>''' at the top or the bottom
of the page
  
  There are some conventions used on the Solr wiki:
  
-    * /!\ :TODO: /!\  (`/!\ :TODO: /!\` ) is used to denote sections that definitely need
to be cleaned up.
+  * /!\ :TODO: /!\  (`/!\ :TODO: /!\` ) is used to denote sections that definitely need to
be cleaned up.
-    * <!> [[Solr1.4]] (`<!> ["Solr1.4"]`) is used to draw attention to which
version of Solr a feature was (or will be) added to Solr.
+  * <!> [[Solr1.4]] (`<!> ["Solr1.4"]`) is used to draw attention to which version
of Solr a feature was (or will be) added to Solr.
  
  Some general info on using this Wiki Software:
  

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