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From Ahmet Arslan <iori...@yahoo.com>
Subject Re: solr query result not read the latest xml file
Date Tue, 10 Aug 2010 06:55:13 GMT
> hi everyone,
> 
> I do these steps every time the new xml file created (for
> example
> cat_978.xml has just been created):
> 1. delete the index
> (<delete><query>AUC_CAT:978</query></delete>)
> 2. commit the new cat_978.xml (java -jar post.jar
> cat_978.xml)
> 3. restart the java (stop and java -jar start.jar)
> 
> if I'm not done those steps then the query result showed in
> the browser
> still using the old value (cat_978.xml - no changes at all)
> instead of
> reading the new cat_978.xml
> 
> what I want to ask, is there a way so I don't need to
> restart the java since
> it consume too much resources and time?

You dont need to delete old document. Solr replaces it automaticaly. Assuming they have same
<uniqueKey>. 

Probably HTTP caching causing you problems when testing with browser. You can disable it in
solrconfig.xml file <httpCaching never304="true">


      

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