Solr is an open source enterprise search server based on the Lucene Java search library with XML/HTTP and JSON APIs. Documents are indexed by sending them formatted in XML via HTTP to a Solr instance. Queries are sent as HTTP GET request to the server and returned to the client as XML/JSON results.
The main features are:
- Advanced full-text search capabilities
- Optimised for high-volume Web traffic
- Standards-based open interfaces – XML and HTTP
- Comprehensive HTML administration interfaces
- Server statistics exposed over JMX for monitoring
- Scalability – efficient replication to other Solr search servers
- Flexible and adaptable through XML configuration
- Extensible plug-in architecture
- Solr uses the Lucene Search Library and extends it
For more information about Solr, please see the Solr wiki.
The Solr version you find here uses a specifically defined index as well as a special XML output for requests generated via Carrot4MAREC.
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