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From "Klein Ikkink, Hubert" <>
Subject RE: how-to query an xml repository efficiently
Date Tue, 08 Sep 2009 10:21:49 GMT
Hi Robby,
> The actual product xml-files are +- 500kb on average and I'm talking
> about LOTS of products so I have to consider performance upfront.

Just create the XML documents with all information you want indexed and post them to the Solr
instance. If you keep a reference to the original file in your XML document posted to Solr
you can easily get all the details from the original document saved in the filesystem.

And Solr is quick, very quick, so you don't have to worry about performance.

> SOLR seems good for indexing static html files etc but I don't get the
> impression it can offer the necessary functionality for this use case.

Solr is great to index XML documents. You only have to transfrom your original document into
a XML input document for Solr, post it to the Solr instance and you are ready to query.

You can even use MoreLikeThis functionality, translations and much more.

Kind regards, Hubert Klein Ikkink


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