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From Danesh Kuruppu <dknkuru...@gmail.com>
Subject Re: Dependency Need to include for embedded solr.
Date Fri, 27 Feb 2015 07:51:46 GMT
Thanks shawn,
I am doing some feasibility studies for moving directly to solr 5.0.0.

One more thing, It is related to standalone server.

How security handle in solr standalone server. lets say, I configured my
application to use remote solr standalone server.

1. How I would enable secure communication between my application and solr
server.
2. How solr server authenticate user.

Thanks
Danesh

On Fri, Feb 27, 2015 at 12:35 PM, Shawn Heisey <apache@elyograg.org> wrote:

> On 2/26/2015 11:41 PM, Danesh Kuruppu wrote:
> > My application is a standalone application. I though of embedding solr
> > server, so I can pack it inside my application.
> >
> > In solr 5.0.0, solr is no longer distributed as a "war" file. how I can
> > find the war file from the distribution.
>
> I am glad to see that people are actually reading documentation that is
> included with the release.
>
> With 5.0.0 (and probably the next few 5.x releases), Solr actually still
> is a war file.  You can find it in server/webapps in the binary
> download.  There are two reason we are telling everyone it's not a war
> file:  1) We now have very capable scripts to start and stop Solr with
> optimal java options, so there's no longer any need to rely on scripts
> packaged with a servlet container.  2) In a future 5.x release, Solr
> actually will become a standalone application, not a war ... preparing
> users in advance is a good idea.
>
> > I need some advanced features like synonyms search, stop words, wild card
> > search etc. It would be great, if you can provide some references to get
> > idea which dependencies need to add to get those features.
>
> If you don't want to simply add every dependency included in the war,
> then you can use the tried and true method for finding the minimum set
> of jars:  Try to get it running.  If it fails, look at the log and see
> which class it was unable to find.  Add the relevant jar to the
> classpath and try again.
>
> Thanks,
> Shawn
>
>

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