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From "Hoss Man (JIRA)" <>
Subject [jira] Resolved: (SOLR-1378) Add reference to Packt's Solr book.
Date Tue, 25 Aug 2009 19:33:59 GMT


Hoss Man resolved SOLR-1378.

    Resolution: Fixed

once you fix the paragraph tag issue, the remaining build failure is evidently a problem we've
had for a while (i don't remember noticing it the last time i updated the site, but rolling
back a few versions shows it's been happening since before grant switched the search box to
point to lucid)

the forrest failure doesn't actaully prevent the site from generating pages -- it just fails
once it's finished generating pages because the of the broken-links report.

i went ahead and commited the changes from this patch and pushed to the live site (normal
mirroring lag applies) ... i'll spend a few minutes seeing if i can get the broken link report
to go away, but that's unrelated to this issue.

> Add reference to Packt's Solr book.
> -----------------------------------
>                 Key: SOLR-1378
>                 URL:
>             Project: Solr
>          Issue Type: Task
>            Reporter: David Smiley
>         Attachments: solr-book-image.jpg, solr_book_packt.patch
> I've attached news of the Solr update.  It includes an image under the left nav area,
and a news item with the same image.  The text is as follows:
> David Smiley and Eric Pugh are proud to introduce the first book on Solr, "Solr 1.4 Enterprise
Search Server" from Packt Publishing.
> This book is a comprehensive reference guide for nearly every feature Solr has to offer.
It serves the reader right from initiation to development to deployment. It also comes with
complete running examples to demonstrate its use and show how to integrate it with other languages
and frameworks.
> To keep this interesting and realistic, it uses a large open source set of metadata about
artists, releases, and tracks courtesy of the project. Using this data as
a testing ground for Solr, you will learn how to import this data in various ways from CSV
to XML to database access. You will then learn how to search this data in a myriad of ways,
including Solr's rich query syntax, "boosting" match scores based on record data and other
means, about searching across multiple fields with different boosts, getting facets on the
results, auto-complete user queries, spell-correcting searches, highlighting queried text
in search results, and so on.
> After this thorough tour, you'll see working examples of integrating a variety of technologies
with Solr such as Java, JavaScript, Drupal, Ruby, PHP, and Python.
> Finally, this book covers various deployment considerations to include indexing strategies
and performance-oriented configuration that will enable you to scale Solr to meet the needs
of a high-volume site. 

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