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From Nagasharath <>
Subject Re: Easy way to test index/query filters?
Date Sat, 18 Jul 2015 14:06:12 GMT
I like the idea.

I am hearing nowadays about solrmeter, can't we accomplish this in solrmeter?


> On 18-Jul-2015, at 8:51 am, Alexandre Rafalovitch <> wrote:
> I haven't found one. I have a project plan for something just like
> this but it is one of many Solr-related ideas. Mine is actually around
> the idea of small multiples with several similar stacks next to each
> other and seeing how the same text/query run differently with minor
> variations.
> If people really like this idea, maybe we can have a show of hands and
> somebody will make it.
> Let's do it on the Jira by voting. I've created the issue to start
> this ball rolling:
> Vote and Watch to show your preference. Send others to it. Let's see
> if this works as a way to collect ideas.
> Regards,
>     Alex.
> ----
> Solr Analyzers, Tokenizers, Filters, URPs and even a newsletter:
>> On 18 July 2015 at 09:29, Robert Oschler <> wrote:
>> I know the Solr Admin panel has a way to test the current index and query
>> filters already in place in a schema file, but I was wondering if there is
>> a convenient "playground" for testing index and query filters?
>> I'm  imagining a utility where you can select a set of index and query
>> filters, and then enter  a string as a test "document" and a query string
>> and see what kind of scores come back during a matching attempt.  This
>> would be a big aid in crafting an indexing/query scheme to get the desired
>> matching profile working.  Otherwise the only technique I can think of is
>> to iteratively modify the schema file and retest with the admin panel with
>> each combination of filters.
>> --
>> Thanks,
>> Robert Oschler
>> Twitter ->

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