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From "Bill Bell (JIRA)" <>
Subject [jira] Commented: (SOLR-2399) Solr Admin Interface, reworked
Date Thu, 17 Mar 2011 06:06:29 GMT


Bill Bell commented on SOLR-2399:

Here are things I need / or bothering me:

1. Core management - reload and swapping is critical
2. Replication - Ability to click a button for backup
3. Change analysis.jsp to allow someone to select pipeline components to try in real time
on the data
4. Ability to password protect the whole GUI without limiting access to update handlers
5. Ability to edit stopwords.txt, protwords.txt and synonyms and reload.
6. Ability to click to see the solr.log from Admin
7. Ability to click to commit, and click to optimize an index
8. Ability to edit the dataimport.xml file and save it
9. Fix the dataimport.jsp to fix the scrolling when looking at the xml file - it does not
work right. If you made the window bigger the right side is static.
10. Make DIH (if enabled) an option on the Admin screen (clickable)
11. I am not a huge fan of editing the schema or solrconfig files, but I would like it easy
to navigate the file properties (it is hard to view)
12. Button to restart/recycle SOLR from the GUI
13. Show list of slaves on the replication screen and when they last requested the files

> Solr Admin Interface, reworked
> ------------------------------
>                 Key: SOLR-2399
>                 URL:
>             Project: Solr
>          Issue Type: Improvement
>          Components: web gui
>            Reporter: Stefan Matheis (steffkes)
>            Priority: Minor
>             Fix For: 4.0
> *The idea was to create a new, fresh (and hopefully clean) Solr Admin Interface.* [Based
on this [ML-Thread|]]
> I've quickly created a Github-Repository (Just for me, to keep track of the changes)
> ยป 
> [This commit shows the differences|]
between old/existing index.jsp and my new one (which is could copy-cut/paste'd from the existing
> Main Action takes place in [js/script.js|]
which is actually neither clean nor pretty .. just work-in-progress.
> Actually it's Work in Progress, so ... give it a try. It's developed with Firefox as
Browser, so, for a first impression .. please don't use _things_ like Internet Explorer or
so ;o
> Jan already suggested a bunch of good things, i'm sure there are more ideas over there

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