If we are using Spring Data Solr in a real life software project, the odds are that sooner or later we will face a requirement which states that our application must be able to communicate with both a local Solr server and a SolrCloud. At the
In the earlier parts of my Spring Data Solr tutorial, we have implemented a simple search function which is used to search the information of todo entries. The current implementation of our search function shows all search results in a single page.
When we are implementing a word search function, we typically want to sort the search results in descending order by using the relevancy of each search result. This is also the default behaviour of Solr. However, there are situations when it makes
Solr is often referred as a search server which we can use when we are implementing full-text search functions. However, it is often wise to leverage the performance of Solr when we are implementing a search function which takes its input from a
The previous part of my Spring Data Solr tutorial taught us how we can create static queries by using query methods. The natural next step would be describe how we can create dynamic queries with Spring Data Solr. However, before we can move on to
We have learned how we can configure Spring Data Solr. We have also learned how we can add new documents to the Solr index, update the information of existing documents and delete documents from the Solr index. Now it is time to move forward and