COLDFUSION SOLR INDEX PDF

You can perform a full or partial indexing depending on your requirement. For example, when you index the database for the first time, you may do a full indexing. For any updates in the database, you can perform partial indexing to update your collection. For full import: Create the following dataconfig. For instance, when you index the database for the first time.

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By using our site, you acknowledge that you have read and understand our Cookie Policy , Privacy Policy , and our Terms of Service. Stack Overflow for Teams is a private, secure spot for you and your coworkers to find and share information. I have a functional working Adobe ColdFusion application that is indexing roughly 2k PDF files with via Solr search and providing expected results - however each search query to the collection takes generally seconds.

Some additional info on the project: all of the files are less than 1 page in length, so there was no character cutoff in creating the index results to Solr. I have played with the Solr buffer limit within the ColdFusion Administrator with no major discernable change in time currently at JVM is Sun Microsytems Almost nothing else is running server-side, so performance should be unaffected by external factors. You could try using CFSolrLib.

It uses the Solr API. Learn more. Asked 7 years, 11 months ago. Active 7 years, 11 months ago. Viewed 1k times. It is providing expected and perfect results, just not in a timely fashion. The issue ended up being the combination of a cfsearch and cfdump bottleneck, causing searches to take around 30 seconds per search. I was using that combination of tags to ensure that the expected results were appearing. As soon as the collection was queried via cfsearch and results returned via cfloop query - all performance issues were fixed.

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ColdFusion Solr Tutorial

By using our site, you acknowledge that you have read and understand our Cookie Policy , Privacy Policy , and our Terms of Service. Stack Overflow for Teams is a private, secure spot for you and your coworkers to find and share information. I have a functional working Adobe ColdFusion application that is indexing roughly 2k PDF files with via Solr search and providing expected results - however each search query to the collection takes generally seconds. Some additional info on the project: all of the files are less than 1 page in length, so there was no character cutoff in creating the index results to Solr. I have played with the Solr buffer limit within the ColdFusion Administrator with no major discernable change in time currently at JVM is Sun Microsytems Almost nothing else is running server-side, so performance should be unaffected by external factors.

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Simple ColdFusion 9 ORM/Solr Example

You will see a screen that looks something like this:. As an aside, a sure sign that Solr is not configured properly will be that no Solr collections are listed on this page despite the fact that the service is running. Note that in ColdFusion 9, not only is Verity still available, but it is chosen by default. Assuming you create the collection in the default directory shown in the image above, the schema. Note that Solr has category support enabled by default actually, this is because the category field will just be defined as multiValued in schema.

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Last night I decided to whip together a simple example of how to add Solr search indexing to an application. Luckily, for the most part, this is the exact same process we've been using for years now with Verity. I know many people avoided Verity due to the document size limits so with that in mind, I thought a simple ColdFusion 9 example would help introduce the feature. To start off with, let me show you a simple application that has no search capability at all. This will be the first draft application that I'll modify to add Solr support. My application is a Press Release viewer. The public page consists of a list of press releases.

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Populates a search engine collection with metadata and creates indexes for searching it. The engine Solr can search physical files of various types or a database query. Indexing database columns that result from a query lets users search the query data much faster than they could if you used multiple SQL queries to return the same data. You also can index a collection using the ColdFusion Administrator. Extensibility tags. Note: You can specify this tag's attributes in an attributeCollection attribute whose value is a structure. Specify the structure name in the attributeCollection attribute and use the tag's attribute names as structure keys.

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