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From Derek Poh <>
Subject Re: Can configName of a collection be change?
Date Tue, 24 Mar 2015 01:30:30 GMT
Hi Shawn

I understand what you mean on checking back with the vendor.

Thank you for your explanation from the perspective of pure Solr.


On 3/23/2015 8:08 PM, Shawn Heisey wrote:
> On 3/23/2015 2:59 AM, Derek Poh wrote:
>> I created 3 collections (on Lucidworks Fusion). I noticed a difference
>> in configName of the 3 collections.
>> I did not specifically inputthe configName to usefor thembut 1of the
>> collection ('product') is defaulted touse 'myconf' as the configName.
>> collection 'product' = {"configName":"myconf"}
>> collection 'category' = {"configName":"category"}
>> collection 'flsupplier' = {"configName":"flsupplier"}
>> Every time I restart Solr, the schema.xml of the product collection get
>> overwritten by the default schema.xml. I suspect this is due to the
>> configName 'myconf' that the product collection is associated with.
> Because you are not using stock Solr, you might wish to contact
> LucidWorks for help with their specific product, especially if you paid
> for it and are not using the trial version.
> >From the perspective of pure Solr, first you will need to ensure that
> you have a config named "product" uploaded to zookeeper.  This can be
> accomplished with the "upconfig" command in the zkcli script included
> with Solr.  Once you have the config you want uploaded, then you can use
> the "linkconfig" zkcli command to associate the collection with the config.
> Reiterating my first point:  You are using a commercial product
> (Lucidworks) that requires paying a license fee.  It happens to *use*
> Solr, but has additional pieces beyond the Solr server that you can get
> for free from Apache.  On this mailing list you can obtain help with the
> Solr parts, but as a group, we will not have any idea how to use the rest.
> Thanks,
> Shawn

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