Searching Data: Part 2
This chapter is an extension of the previous chapter. In the previous chapter, you learned about searching data. You saw various components that play an important role in the search process, the various types of queries and parsers supported by Solr, and the request parameters that can be provided to control the search behavior.
This chapter covers other important aspects of searching documents. Beyond the core capabilities, a search engine needs to offer other features that address practical use cases and user needs. Also, each domain has its own unique challenge. A web search engine should group results from ...