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Tag Archives: SOLR
The Azure Cognitive Search engine is the search of choice in the Microsoft Azure. The search engine can be used in a myriad of ways and there are so many options that it can be difficult to find a starting … Continue reading
How do you delete a document from Solr? You can use query string parameters to do the delete: https://%5Bserver%5D:8983/solr/%5Bcore%5D/update?commit=true&stream.body=<delete><query>%5Bquery%5D</query></delete> server: The name of your Solr server core: The name of the Solr core (the Solr index) to delete from query: … Continue reading
In Sitecore 9, the SOLR connection is secure by default. The effect is that if your development environment includes a shared SOLR server, your local IIS requires a SSL certificate issued for that server, even when your local site does … Continue reading
When querying Sitecore items from the SOLR index, you do not need to get all items in one go. In fact, the default SOLR implementation will stop at 5000 returned items, so for large queries, you need to use the … Continue reading
There seems to be an issue with certain combinations of Sitecore, SOLR and the local machine datetime settings. This is the error: ManagedPoolThread #11 12:20:50 INFO Job started: Index_Update_IndexName=sitecore_master_index ManagedPoolThread #11 12:20:50 ERROR Exception Exception: System.Reflection.TargetInvocationException Message: Exception has been … Continue reading
Reading items from Sitecore is pretty straight forward: And it is fast, unless you need to retrieve items from many paths, or need to retrieve every child of a certain base class. In these situations you resolve to using the … Continue reading
The Sitecore ContentSearch API allows you to index content in either .NET Lucene or SOLR, dramatically speeding up retrieval of content, especially when querying items that are scattered across your content tree. Content retrieved from the ContentSearch API is not … Continue reading