All the previous chapters have been a stepping stone to this chapter. By now, you know the basics of Solr, configuring the core, defining a schema, and indexing documents. After your documents are indexed successfully, you are ready to search for results.
Solr offers a wide range of search capabilities such as querying, faceting, hit-highlighting, spell-checking, suggestions, and autocompletion. This chapter presents the search process, followed by an overview of the primary components. Then it gets into the details of querying for results. This chapter covers the following topics: