Chapter 7. Performing queries and handling results

This chapter covers

  • Uncovering Solr’s capabilities through its numerous request handlers
  • Enhancing search results with Solr’s pluggable search components
  • Combining query parsers for powerful query capabilities
  • Returning query results including both static and dynamic values
  • Sorting results by values, functions, and relevancy
  • Debugging search results

In the previous two chapters, we covered many of the indexing and text analysis capabilities in Solr. As you saw, text analysis is something that takes place both when indexing and when running queries, though our primary focus in the last two chapters was on processing text content into the inverted index for subsequent searching. In this ...

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