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From Alexandre Rafalovitch <>
Subject Re: Migrating from Endeca
Date Fri, 20 Sep 2013 02:29:57 GMT
I think Hue ( ) which Cloudera uses for Solr
search among other things has some of UI customization. And it is
open-source, so would make for much better base.


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On Thu, Sep 19, 2013 at 8:21 PM, Jack Krupansky <>wrote:

> Take a look at LucidWorks Enterprise. It has a graphical UI.
> But if you must meet all of the listed requirements and Lucid doesn't meet
> all of them, then... you will have to develop everything on your own. Or,
> maybe Lucid might be interested in partnering with you to allow your to add
> extensions to their UI. If you really are committed to a deep replacement
> of Endeca's UI, then rolling your own is probably the way to go. Then the
> question is whether you should open source that UI.
> You can also consider extending the Solr Admin UI. It does not do most of
> your listed features, but having better integration with the Solr Admin UI
> is a good idea.
> -- Jack Krupansky
> -----Original Message----- From: Gareth Poulton
> Sent: Thursday, September 19, 2013 7:50 AM
> To:
> Subject: Migrating from Endeca
> Hi,
> A customer wants us to move their entire enterprise platform - of which one
> of the many components is Oracle Endeca - to open source.
> However, customers being the way they are, they don't want to have to give
> up any of the features they currently use, the most prominent of which are
> user friendly web-based editors for non-technical people to be able to edit
> things like:
> - Schema
> - Dimensions (i.e. facets)
> - Dimension groups (not sure what these are)
> - Thesaurus
> - Stopwords
> - Report generation
> - Boosting individual records (i.e. sponsored links)
> - Relevance ranking settings
> - Process pipeline editor for, e.g. adding new languages
> -...all without touching any xml.
> My question is, are there any solr features, plugins, modules, third party
> applications, or the like that will do this for us? Or will we have to
> develop all the above from scratch?
> thanks,
> Gareth

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