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From Robert Naczinski <robert.naczin...@googlemail.com>
Subject Re: 'Error 404: missing core name in path ' in adminconsole
Date Wed, 25 Aug 2010 07:31:25 GMT
Thanx for your help.

I bound de.lvm.services.logging.PerformanceLoggingFilter in web.xml
and mapped it to /admin/* .
It works fine with EmbeddedSolr. I get NullPointer in some links under
admin/index.jsp, but I will solve this problem.

Robert

2010/8/25 Chris Hostetter <hossman_lucene@fucit.org>:
>
> : we use in our application to the JEE EmbeddedSolrServer. It works very
> : well. Now I wanted to create the admin JSPs. For that I have copied
> : the JSPs from webroot Solr example. When I try to access
> : ...admin/index.jsp , I get 'Error 404: missing core name in path'
>
> just copying JSPs isn't enough to make the Solr admin interface magically
> work in a an app that uses EmbeddedSolr -- EmbeddedSolr is really not
> designed to be used this way at all, that's the trade of of using Embedded
> vs just running Solr as an app.
>
> In particular, the SolrDispatchFilter is responsible for intercepting all
> HTTP requests to Solr, and sets up a lot of pre-conditions that the JSPs
> depend on -- it's also what executes the various Handlers that are
> make many of the admin URLs work.
>
> If you really insist on pursuing this route, i suggest you start by
> looking at the existing Solr web.xml
>
>
> -Hoss
>
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