For those of you that landed directly on this page, I am working on a series of post that help people “Get Started with Enterprise Search using Apache Solr”. In this post I cover one specific module. If interested in watching the course please click here: http://pluralsight.com/training/courses/TableOfContents?courseName=enterprise-search-using-apache-solr . Click here to get to the starting point: http://www.xaviermorera.com/2014/06/getting-started-with-enterprise-search-using-apache-solr/
The third module is made up of four sections:
In this section I will show you how to install Solr. It is not as simple as solrinstaller.exe, next, next next… but it not too complicated either.
Watch, learn and follow. You will be able to get Apache Solr running in a few minutes.
In this section I go over each one of the options in the Admin UI. I don’t spend too much time as there are many secitons, but enough for you to understand what they are for.
Solr comes with Jetty server out of the box. However Jetty is not for production purposes, instead it should be for development only. I will show you how to run Solr within Tomcat. BTW: if you do not know how to do this, it may take you a few hours of research to learn on your own. Watch this clip and you will learn in a few minutes!
If you are interested on viewing this module you can start here: enterprise-search-apache-solr-m3
This is the table of contents:
You can also go back to the main page of this series by clicking here: http://www.xaviermorera.com/2014/06/getting-started-with-enterprise-search-using-apache-solr/