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From "Yonik Seeley" <ysee...@gmail.com>
Subject Re: Using Solr w/Resin
Date Tue, 18 Apr 2006 15:08:09 GMT
On 4/18/06, Ken Krugler <kkrugler_lists@transpac.com> wrote:
> 2. Cloned/edited the resin.conf file to include a mapping for Solr, by adding:
>
>        <web-app id='/solr/'>
>         <document-directory>webapps/solr-nightly</document-directory>
>        </web-app>

I normally just copy the war to solr.war, so I don't need the mapping...

> 3. Started up Resin.
>
> It created the <resin root>/webapps/solr-nightly directory, as
> expected, but then when I tried to use the Solr servlet it complained
> about not finding solrconfig.xml (see stack trace at end of email).

By default, Solr looks in the current-working-directory/solr/conf for
solrconfig.xml and schema.xml, and creates the index under
current-working-directory/solr/data

One way you can direct Solr to a different home location is setting
the solr.solr.home property...
./startup -Dsolr.solr.home=/foo/bar/solr

> 4. I realized that there was no solrconf folder included by default
> in the .war, so I added it inside of the <resin
> root>/webapps/solr-nightly directory. Same result. Tried moving it to
> inside of WEB-INF, same thing.
>
> 5. I uncommented out the lines in the web.xml file that Yonik
> indicated were necessary to get Resin to work properly with Solr, but
> that didn't change anything.

That part will come into play parsing solrconfig.xml and schema.xml

-Yonik

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