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From Bhavnik Gajjar <>
Subject Re: Google like search
Date Wed, 15 Dec 2010 04:44:33 GMT
Hi Satya,

Coming to your original question, there is one possibility to make Solr 
emit snippets like Google. Solr query syntax goes like,


Note that, the key thing used here is Highlighting feature provided by 
Solr. Executing above Solr query will result into two main block of 
results. First part would contain normal results, whereas another part 
would contain highlighted snippets, based on the parameters provided in 
query. One should pickup the later part (snippets) and show it in result 
page UI.


Bhavnik Gajjar

On 12/14/2010 8:35 PM, Tanguy Moal wrote:
> To do so, you have several possibilities, I don't know if there is a best one.
> It depends pretty much on the format of the input file(s), your
> affinities with a given programing language,some libraries you might
> need and the time you're ready to spend on this task.
> Consider having a look at SolrJ  (
> or at the DataImportHandler
> ( .
> Cheers,
> --
> Tanguy
> 2010/12/14 satya swaroop<>:
>> Hi Tanguy,
>>                  Thanks for ur reply. sorry to ask this type of question.
>> how can we index each chapter of a file as seperate document.As for i know
>> we just give the path of file to solr to index it... Can u provide me any
>> sources for this type... I mean any blogs or wiki's...
>> Regards,
>> satya

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