In the previous chapter, we saw the various analyzers, tokenizers, and filters provided by Solr that help us select the most important data from a given document. In this chapter, we'll see how Solr provides us a way to index this data so that we can run queries on top of it. We'll cover the following topics in this chapter:
The Solr indexing process can mainly be broken down into two major parts:
To better understand the preceding two parts, we'll create an example of a music catalogue ...