In my last post, Solr Document Processing with Apache Camel - Part 1, I made the case for using Apache Camel as a document processing platform. In this article, our objective is to create a simple Apache Camel standalone application for ingesting products into Solr. While this example may seem a bit contrived, it is intended to provide a foundation for future articles in the series.
Our roadmap for today is as follows:
- Set up Solr
- Create a Camel Application
- Index sample products into Solr via Camel
When I first started working as a search engineer in 2008, I had the pleasure of working with Microsoft FAST ESP. It truly was a full stack enterprise search platform that included among other things, a powerful document processing pipeline engine. The Document Processing engine sits between your data sources and the indexer and is largely responsible for... Read More
Since my first post yesterday on Solr / CQ integration, I've been receiving lots of feedback. Several people were interested in the advantages of CQ's built-in Lucene support over Solr. The following is an excerpt from my response to the Day Communique User Group. Read More