|The Reference Guide describes all of the important features and functions of Apache Solr. It’s available online in the Documentation Center or to download separately as an e-book. Designed to provide complete, comprehensive documentation, the Reference Guide is intended to be more encyclopedic and less of a cookbook. It is structured to address a broad spectrum of needs, ranging from new developers getting started to well experienced developers extending their application or troubleshooting. It will be of use at any point in the application lifecycle, for whenever you need deep, authoritative information about Solr.|
|Solr 1.4 Reference GuideSolr 3.4 Reference GuideSolr 3.5 Reference GuideThe material as presented assumes that you’re familiar with some basic search concepts and that you can read XML; it does not assume that you are a Java programmer, although knowledge of Java is helpful when working directly with Lucene or when developing custom extensions to a Lucene/Solr installation.Key topics covered in the Reference Guide include:|
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